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How do you like them apples?

Gays Mills Orchards offer abundance of fall fun This publication has long had an affinity for the apple orchards that line the ridge along Highway 171 just outside of Gays

A Stormy Conversation

Since the peak storm season began this spring, damaging weather has affected many parts of rural Wisconsin. Tornados, high winds, lightning, heavy rains, and flooding have caused significant damage to

Youth Board elected; Jump River names new manager; Price director passes; Nominees confirmed; Consumers losing in IL retail competition

Youth Board members elected Sponsored by local electric cooperatives across the state, more than 120 students took part in this summer’s 54th Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association (WECA) Youth Leadership Congress

Purity at a Price

Should Americans subsidize emission-free nuclear? In separate cases two weeks apart during July, federal judges in Chicago and New York ruled that there had been no violation of either the

Where your voice makes a difference

Q&A with co-op historian Ted Case Ted Case has spent the past several years diving deeply into unexplored parts of electric co-op history. He described how co-ops have affected national