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Spring is in full bloom at Brenda Koshollek's greenhouse in Hatley.
But for this gardener, flowers aren't for decoration. They're for expression. More>>
Portage County, Wisconsin is one of a few places where Prairie Chickens roam wild.
But to see them, you've got to be in place hours before sunrise. More>>
The Boston Marathon bombing is an event hitting close to home for Andy Davis.
"We have some friends that were out there running and were near the finish line, that were in that spot where the bombing took place twenty minutes before," Davis told Newsline 9. More>>
Climbing the summit of Marathon County's Landill in Ringle is a rough ride. The abundant blue sky paints a stark contrast to what is happening to your right as you arrive atop the facility. More>>
A new forum to facilitate discussion about Wisconsin's environment called "Science on tap" has started at the Minocqua Brewing Company.
"It is really exciting. There's a lot of interested folks, they're asking really good questions," Steve Carpenter told Newsline 9. More>>
It is a bit ironic that in a room full of enormous locomotives at the National Railroad Museum, the sound you're most likely to hear is quite different. More>>
The Storm Track 9 team's WeatherBug observation unit is an inconspicuous addition to the roof of Immanuel Lutheran School in Wisconsin Rapids.
But the data it gathers is a valuable asset to the students of room 302. More>>
Building a place devoted to the artistry of the engine is something Steve "Doc" Hopkins says is worth working for.
"The whole place is about things that I love" Hopkins told More>>
A cow born with two fully-functional noses gaining national attention in 2007 has given birth again. More>>
The city of Stevens Point looks very different than it's Russian sister city, Rostov Veliky. But Susan Zach says though they look different, they have much in common.
"It's a very friendly place like Stevens Point" Zach told Newsline 9. More>>
The delicate designs of origami are on display at the Woodson Art Museum.
But for Roman Baca, the dimensional designs of paper aren't something to marvel at. They're something to emulate. More>>
The piercing black eyes and snow-white coat of the Arctic Fox are fine examples of nature's beauty. But for this species of fox, it's a temporary look that is best viewed during the coldest time of year. More>>
The power of a team of sled dogs is a sight to behold.
But for women enrolled in the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program, driving a team of sled dogs is now an experience to remember. More>>
The Alexander House in Port Edwards works to display art and preserve history. More>>
The Grand Theater in downtown Wausau has seen a lot of history. And it's a history Executive Director Jim O'Connell is in charge of keeping alive. More>>
The First Warrior Experience, an exhibit depicting the stories of Native American World War II veterans has opened at The Highground. More>>
The whisper of cross country skis is accompanying plenty of smiling faces this January at Nine Mile Forest in Marathon County. More>>
The spinning, jumping and excitement of ice skating is keeping the Greenheck Field House in Weston a busy place. More>>
Gary Schlosstein has a passion for history.
The Buffalo County native owns Castlerock Museum, W1586 County Road KK, Alma. The museum displays his personal collection of swords, helmets, paintings and shields spanning more than a thousand years of world history. More>>
Beth Humphrey says there's always been something special about the building home to Humphrey's Pub, 500 W. Main Street, in Merrill.
"I've always loved this building" Humphrey told Newsline 9. More>>
The bluffs of western Wisconsin are a captivating backdrop to the town of Alma in Buffalo County. But the beauty of these bluffs serves a purpose. This terrain is prime real estate for some of nature's most majestic creatures.
"I'm very proud of this place" Larry Balk told Newsline 9. More>>
We live in a society of laws. They state what we may and may not do as citizens. But in a state like Wisconsin known for its dairy industry, you may not believe how many of our laws have something to do with butter and cows.
A dark night with clear sky conditions is the perfect setting for stargazing, according to UW-Stevens Point professor Randy Olson. More>>
When it comes to cheese, there is no state quite like Wisconsin. And for Bill Mullins, there is no place like home. More>>
Sharyn Friedell says it's a question she gets asked all the time.
"Whoa! What is this place?!" More>>
Concrete and steel are considered the go-to supplies for major construction projects.
But not for one bridge in Price County. More>>
The galleries of the Woodson Art Museum are now home to some of the world's finest pieces of avian artwork. But there's a story hidden in the brush strokes of this watercolor painting by Peter Elfman of Sweden.
"I like to try to let the water do the work and splash color" Elfman told Newsline 9. More>>
The wooden blades of a Dutch windmill may seem out of place slicing through the Wisconsin sky. But to Don De Groot the scene makes the village of Little Chute feel even more like home.
"What it is, is our heritage" De Groot told Newsline 9. More>>
Kevin Kohlman says it's an annual tradition to see Birds In Art at the Woodson Art Museum. But this year is different. For the first time, he's been accepted as a featured artist.
"I didn't know if this would ever happen so it's just a tremendous treat" Kohlman told Newsline 9. More>>
Manny Stein remembers climbing a 100 foot tall ladder when he was young. It leads to the top of the Fifield Fire Lookout Tower in Price County. And he says it has quite a history.
"It takes a little guts to go up there you know" he said smiling. More>>
The dusty hands of Gene Reineking are hard at work sculpting.
"I bend the rules a little bit just to make it a good composition" Reineking told Newsline 9.
Fifty years ago Sept. 5th the Soviet satellite Sputnik fell from the sky.
Though the crash was big news nationwide, it was monumental to the Gevers family of Wisconsin.
They look, sound and fly like the real thing. But the airplanes flying over Merrill, Wis. could easily fit inside your living room.
Jack Borkam is a member of the Merrill AC Flyers. That's a group of local model airplane enthusiasts. The group's members get together to pool their resources, building and flying small planes through the big sky. More>>
It's a peaceful evening on the waters just off the City of Superior, Wis.
But the scene of pleasant tranquility is being interrupted by the sound of counting as a dragon boats slice through the water this week. More>>
It's a place where rusty metal creates another world. A place where melted glass becomes fine jewelry. A place where you're guaranteed to leave smiling. It's called Jurustic park. And it's all thanks to a couple in Marshfield. More>>
A gust of wind rolls off the bluffs of eastern Minnesota toward Lake Pepin, Wisconsin. It quickly fills the sails of 'The Messenger', a 31-foot sailboat. The vessel swings left, and off to open water.
It's a majestic sight.
But for Dave Sheridan, all of this is just another day at the office. More>>
Its a quaint village nestled along the Mississippi River. But the Village of Stockholm in Pepin County is bursting with friendly faces and Swedish pride.
"I don't know any place in Wisconsin that has a more definite sense of distinctive tie to its environment and history than Stockholm" resident Paul Larson told Newsline 9. More>>
It's a breezy July afternoon. A breath of wind ushers the sounds of wind chimes over the Rudolph Grotto Gardens in Wood County. It's a peaceful sound. And one Kris Willfahrt says she can't get enough of.
"And that's great. It's wonderful" Willfahrt told Newsline 9. More>>
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest has no shortage of trees. But biologist Nicole Shutt says a grouping of Hemlocks near the town of Lakewood stands above the rest.
It's a stretch of land in Wausau you may never have known exists. "It's amazing how many people say they've lived in Wausau their whole life and they've never heard about us" said Darla Zastrow, tour guide at Robert Monk Public Gardens.
Rib Mountain's towering rise above the landscape has captured the attention of those in Central Wisconsin for generations. Its back story is equally as captivating.
Though the scenery of Wisconsin is beautiful, it's what lies underground that is incredible, according to Mike Sobush of Cherney Maribel Caves County Park.
The National Weather Service has just completed a major upgrade to the radar units scanning the skies for active weather over Wisconsin.