As the Finnish community in Wisconsin grew, so did their passion for local news.
In the '40s, hundreds of ships crossed the Great Lakes each day.
Andrew Janssen, of Green Bay, shares his memories from the Wisconsin State Reformatory.
Father Samuel Mazzuchelli helped build up southwestern Wisconsin.
In White Lake, the Yawkee-Bissell Lumber Company supplied flooring for many NBA courts.
Summer camps and cherry-picking combined, helping create the Door County we know today.
Eunice Englund recalls the time her husband spent playing for the Oshkosh All-Stars.
Columbia Savings & Loan, started by the Halyard family, invigorated a Milwaukee Community.
Cordelia Harvey, wife of the governor, petitioned Abraham Lincoln for a war hospital.
The first free traveling library in the nation brought literature to rural communities.
The Marshfield lumber fire nearly decimated the town in 1887.
The story of Oconomowoc's Charles K. Harris, and his rise to fame as a writer & composer.
In a journal entry, Eliza Porter describes her role in the underground railroad.
Chris Plata, of Columbus, speaks about the influence of music in his life.
Margaret McGuire speaks about her role as the very first Alice in Dairyland.
In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt survived an assassination attempt in Milwaukee
Hear personal stories from women in the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.
A personal account of what cranberry harvests in Black River Falls were like.
Learn about Dells Milling Company, a 130-yr-old family business in Augusta, WI.