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The Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association has announced that the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest being held Feb. 21-23 in Ashwaubenon will have 2,249 entries in 113 categories.
Baiting and feeding deer in Waupaca County will remain banned in the county after after chronic wasting disease was discovered there for the first time in a wild deer.
The Department of Natural Resources will hold a virtual public listening session at 4 p.m. on Feb. 7 for those who want to provide input on the proposed plan while the public review and comment period remains open until Feb. 28.
The first 300 young anglers will receive a pole, scoop and bait. All will receive an introduction into a lifelong sport.
The state Department of Natural Resources is considering a $6 million plan that would repair or replace the 75-foot-tall observation tower at Potawatomi State Park but add a massive ramp.
The flower shop was founded in 1954 in a log cabin near Blue Mound State Park and in the early 1960s was one of the first businesses in downtown Mount Horeb to convert a house into a retail space.
The U.S. Census Bureau has changed how it defines urban and rural communities.
An $11 million project turned a former butter and milk plant into a hotel and restaurant. Here are some things you'll find there.