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Spring into Art with Sculpture Tour Eau Claire

If you’re yearning for a spring break escape but don’t have the time or budget for a major trip, consider heading to the Chippewa Valley to take in Sculpture Tour Eau Claire. Recently recognized as the largest rotating outdoor sculpture tour in the nation, the tour offers a major experience without major effort or expense.

Collaboration Beyond Cooperation

In the days leading up to Christmas 2022, while most people were busy with last-minute baking, shopping, and gift-wrapping, Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association’s (WECA) Vice President of Operations Tim Clay was on the phone, multiple times a day, working in partnership with a group of utility and state leaders to help Wisconsin stave off an

Happy to be Back

When you last heard from me in my August 2022 column, I shared that I was going on medical leave because of a cancer diagnosis. At the time, I didn’t think I would write another column after my first CAT scan results. My doctors told me I had stage 4 colon cancer, which had spread

Apps to Help You Save Energy

There are several reasons why people are interested in cutting back on energy consumption—some are primarily motivated to save on their monthly energy bills while others may be more concerned about reducing their personal carbon footprint. Actively practicing energy efficiency and conservation provides multiple benefits. For parents, being more conscious about energy use can be

News Briefs

Correction: HOME Rebates Program Launch The state of Wisconsin is finalizing its plan to launch the federally funded HOME Rebates Program which will offer up to $14,000 per household for lower-and moderate-income residents of Wisconsin to make energy-efficient upgrades. Depending on income, the grants will cover up to 50% percent of the cost of certain