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Wisconsin At Work

Whatever work means for us – whether it’s a paying job or unpaid vocation — work is a defining feature of our lives. “Wisconsin at Work” looks at the jobs we do and the work that connects us.

An “Awesome Mailman” Making A Difference For Janesville’s Homeless Population

A frosty February morning doesn’t faze the mailman. Every morning Tom Hathaway loves delivering the mail to his Janesville neighbors ...

Beloit College Archivist Arrives as a Student and Never Leaves

Beloit College is known as the ‘Harvard of the Midwest.’ It’s a place students come to learn and for Fred ...

Randolph Woman’s Passion Propelled Her To Restore Hot Rods

Drive down Cemetery Road in Columbia County near Randolph and you’ll see some old hot rod muscle cars. Judging by ...

Germantown Illustrator Helps Kids Discover Their Super Powers

Germantown illustrator Bryan Dyer doesn’t have a superpower, but he’s always loved stories about people who do. “Superheroes in particular ...

Young Women Learn Building Trades In Week-Long Camp Run by Madison Carpenter

When Sandy Thistle was growing up, there was one thing for sure she knew she wanted to do. Not hate ...

Woodworker Uses Frank Lloyd Wright’s 100-Year-Old Designs To Build Furniture

Nicole Atkinson was already building shelves and furniture when she was just a teenager. She went on to study mechanical ...

Antigo Woman Helps Injured Birds Recuperate In A Safe Haven

When you arrive at the Raptor Education Group Inc. (REGI) in Antigo, you might hear the cry of an eagle, ...

Dina Nina Martinez: Ready or Not, Here She Comes

Comedy can be a risky business and Dina Nina Martinez knows that all too well. Originally from Texas, Martinez along ...

Steven Salmon: The Tapping Author

Every author has their own way of writing — they get in the zone, channel their creativity, and then (hopefully!) ...

Edgar Dairy Farmers Reinvent Their Third-Generation Family Farm Into A Garden Oasis

For three generations, the Bauman family roots have run deep on this land. Dave and Debbie Bauman are not about ...

Valders Couple Raise Coopworth Long Wool Sheep, Run 1920s Woolen Mill

Nestled in a valley by Valders is the Hidden Valley Farm & Woolen Mill. Five hundred and fifty head of ...

Madison Arborist Utilizes Surprising Techniques

Evan Slocum is a one-of-a-kind arborist. “I think the way that I do things is pretty different,” Slocum says, referring ...

Stitching A Niche With Stoles

White, green, purple, red. Melinda Halom knows her church colors and the corresponding seasons. Halom is a part-time pastor at ...

Actor Mark Proksch Is A Master Of The Mundane

If you’re a fan of “The Office,” “Better Call Saul,” or the comedy horror series, “What We Do in the ...

Arbor Vitae Bookbinder Keeping Centuries Old Tradition Alive

Ask Florian Bieschke if he reads books and he laughs, "You betcha! That's my form of entertainment. I'm not fond ...

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