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Mixed Martial Arts Part of American Dream for Young Guatemalan Immigrant

Felipe Martinez Donis tells the story of how he came to the United States. In 2005, Donis' father had taken ...

Basketball Is The Hook At Mentoring Positives

For Will Green, who grew up poor at the end of the steel mill area in Gary, Indiana, basketball was ...

Why Do People Wear Cheeseheads?

Many Wisconsinites have personal reasons for plopping giant triangles of yellow foam on their heads or wearing wedge earrings to ...

Janesville Man Introduces People To Ice Age Trail Through Love Of Running

Wisconsin’s Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across the state. People are ...

A Day In The Life Of The UW Marching Band

On a cloudy, balmy weekday afternoon, the University of Wisconsin-Madison marching band was preparing for something a quarter of them ...

Lake Tomahawk’s Snowshoe Baseball Puts A Twist on America’s Pastime

In Lake Tomahawk, the phrase “Take me out to the ballgame” has a different meaning. Instead of peanuts, there’s popcorn. ...

Cadott’s World-Class Archer Right on Target

It’s 7:00 a.m. and Physical Education Teacher Scott Christenson has a gym full of teenage archers up early for practice. ...

LEGOs Are Building Blocks of West Bend Couple’s Relationship

Eric and Emily Krans are unofficial LEGO Master Builders. They create amazing structures from small, colorful plastic bricks. Turns out, ...

Talented Water Skier Bringing Increased Accessibility To The Sport

Grace Petzold’s passion for water skiing started when her parents took her to a ski show in northern Wisconsin when ...

Meet The Athletes Who Ran For Six Days Straight

Jim Fiste of Cedarburg has been running for five days straight. He has 17 hours left and a goal of ...

For Hundreds Of Paddlers, PaddleQuest Is Fantasy ‘Magic’ On Wisconsin River Backwaters

At Stevens Point, the Wisconsin River fans out into a flowage, with branches and channels and swirls and broad, still ...

The Power Of The Healing Circle Run

The Anishinaabe Solidarity Relay began in 1989. It was a response to racism and hatred directed towards Ojibwe people at ...

Conquering Hip Breaker Hill

The morning was already hot and humid as we pedaled out of Perrot State Park.  The mercury had passed 80 ...

From Australia to Milwaukee, Kane Pitman Covers The Bucks

Imagine leaving your family and job and moving overseas to Milwaukee to fulfill a dream. That’s exactly what Kane Pitman ...

Parenting, Prom, And The Packers

The smell of heavy cologne, hairspray, and nervous energy in the air can only mean one thing: it's prom season. As ...