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Preserving Better Times At A Northwoods Clock Shop

It was 1957, and Rhinelander’s Leona Forth laid eyes on Marv Schumacher for the first time. “That’s how we met, ...

Human Powered: Healing From Sexual Assault, Trafficking Through ‘Untold Stories’

Human trafficking is a reality across Wisconsin, impacting both urban and rural communities and people of all ages and genders. ...

‘It Opened Up My World’: Kenosha Veteran On Experience In U.S. Navy

Retired Legal Chief Lorrie McNeal Saylor of Kenosha knew before she graduated high school that she wanted to see the ...

No Man Ever Steps In The Same River Twice: Fishing the Eau Claire

It’s only human to want to relive the past, to recreate the good old days. But, it’s a tough task; ...

Human Powered: Preserving Stories From Wisconsin’s Floods

In recent years, Wisconsin's Driftless Region has experienced some of the most severe flooding in its history. The new podcast from ...

A Mother’s Voice: A Lifetime Of Reading With The Kids

A mother’s voice can wrap us in warm blankets. It can guide gently or yank us back from the cliff. ...

How A Merrill Veteran’s Military Service Led Him To A Pastoral Vocation

For Yauo Yang, inclusion is a guiding principle. He moved to Wisconsin as a child and went on to join ...

Remembering Rae Elaine Tourtillott And Preventing Future Violence

Menominee tribal member Rae Elaine Tourtillott was 18 when she went missing on the tribe’s reservation during the fall of ...

‘Portrait of Manitowoc’ Encourages Residents To See Themselves And Their Community’s Diversity

It’s give and take when Sonia Vasquez starts a painting. The Manitowoc native creates rich portraits in the classical tradition. ...

When Wisconsin United Against The Polio Virus

Decades before COVID-19, there was an epidemic story with a happy ending. During the 20th century, Americans pulled together to ...

‘I’m Glad We Made It Through’: Vietnam Veterans Look Back On Service Together

James Blankenheim of Madison, Wisconsin and Everett Wood of Vincennes, Indiana are friends who served together during the Vietnam War. ...

In The Midst Of A Pandemic, A New Life Brings Hope

Bringing a new life into this world is a blessing, and being able to share a newborn with family and ...

La Crosse Author Reimagines Hmong Folk Tale in New Book ‘Folklore’

The story of Xai and Sia is a Hmong folk tale of a young woman’s journey to the netherworld to ...

Army Veteran Reflects On Service, Founding Mohican Veterans Group

Retired Maj. Jo Ann Schedler's family was fighting in wars long before the U.S. military existed. This is one reason ...

A Retired Snowmobile Racer Shows Off His Collection Of Classic Sleds

Craig Marchbank is used to collecting victories on the track. He spent 30 years racing snowmobiles professionally. “We were very ...