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Healing with horse power

Steeds restore trust that war took away Even now there are people who remember when some of the world’s most formidable militaries routinely used horses to transport equipment and uncommonly,

Answering the call

Wisconsin co-ops help restore power in Florida More than 900 electric cooperatives serve the energy needs of their member-owners across the United States, and on the interstate highways of the

Fall beauty in Wisconsin

No one can argue that fall in Wisconsin is pretty spectacular. Our readers proved it. We issued a “Fall in Wisconsin” photo contest in our October magazine. Readers uploaded these

Delightful Discovery

Kick off the holidays at the Cranberry Discovery Center You’d be hard-pressed to find a holiday table that doesn’t include cranberries in some form or another. They’re everywhere this time

Cooperation Among Continents

The Sixth Cooperative Principle—Cooperation Among Cooperatives—is something we speak of often. Cooperation spanning different continents is probably a natural outgrowth. Power Africa is an initiative of the U.S. Agency for

Scholarship awarded; Power prices climb; Feds to underwrite new nuke loans; Former lawmaker heads agency

Van Sickle Scholarship awarded University of Wisconsin Law School student Will Kramer of Middleton is the 2017 winner of the Federated Youth Foundation’s (FYF) Charles Van Sickle Scholarship. The $2,000