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Wisconsin’s Rural Folk Art Culture is Cast in Concrete

Red barns and dairy cows aren’t the only distinctively Wisconsin features dotting the state’s rural landscape. There are also the occasional clusters of concrete sculptures, typically embedded with shards of

Youth Tour: Building Back Strong

The summer of 2020 was set to be a banner year: The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Youth Tour was about to break a record with electric cooperatives from

Stepping Back

Some of life’s events shake you to your core. A little over a month ago, I experienced one of those events. After feeling unwell most of Father’s Day, I went

Pierce Pepin Imagination Library Turns One

It’s a big deal when your baby turns one. You’ve spent the first year nurturing and watching as your baby starts to develop. You take pride in every new achievement.

Stay One Step Ahead of the Utility Scammers

In 2021, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received 5.7 million incident reports in the consumer marketplace. About half of those were identified as fraud and a quarter as identity theft.

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Youth Leadership Congress Returns More than 60 electric cooperative teens attended the three-day Youth Leadership Congress (YLC) at UW-Stout July 12–14. This was the first in-person event since 2019, and