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Audio | June 18, 2010
Father's Day is coming up this weekend, and that's got commentator Alex Gee thinking back to the very first days of his daughter's life.  
Audio | June 11, 2010
The fifth annual Steel Bridge Songfest takes place this weekend in Sturgeon Bay. It’s a collection of performances to benefit the rehabilitation of the Michigan Street Steel Bridge.
Audio | May 27, 2010
It's graduation time for students across Wisconsin. For some, it's the end of a long road for others, a door to a new life.
Audio | May 10, 2010
A small town general store can be the lifeblood of a rural community especially in some of the more isolated pockets of Northern Wisconsin. The recession has been hard on Main Street businesses, and a lot of them have closed in the past year.
Audio | April 23, 2010
40 years ago this weekend, long-haired hippies and flower children from across the Midwest converged on a small Wisconsin farm for a weekend of peace, love and music including a band people were just beginning to talk about at the time - The Grate
Audio | March 26, 2010
Winter weather is pretty much over, yet the hardy folks in northern Wisconsin celebrated the final days of the season with the 5th annual Polar Bear Plunge in Bayfield. Danielle Kaeding was there..
Audio | March 5, 2010
It was ten years ago that the citizens of Lodi gathered to read conservationist Aldo Leopold's most famous work, "Sand County Almanac" out loud, from cover to cover. Today, communities all over the country celebrate Aldo Leopold Weekend.
Audio | February 19, 2010
Today, while sports fans all over the world have their eyes on the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Laura Podgornik from our Superior bureau headed north to Bayfield for a different kind of sports event.
Audio | October 10, 2009
Toni Melton is the fish fry chef at Maricque’s in Green Bay, WI. Here's a sizzling peek into our Friday night tradition.

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