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Early German-American beer-brewing demonstrations are a popular feature at Old World Wisconsin's living history campus in Eagle.
This summer, 10 of Marnie Weis' students spent two weeks living with Costa Rican families. They traded desks for mud-soaked soccer fields and waterfalls.
The Buckhorn Supper Club, located on the shores of Lake Koshkonong in rural Milton, took seventh place in the recent Travel Wisconsin Supper Club Showdown.
The Ogawa family had two places on their itinerary this week when they traveled more than 6,000 miles from Japan to the United States.
A lake district resident believes the district has kept the Indianford Dam partially clogged, keeping the river backed up to preserve a higher water level in Lake Koshkonong.
The North Carolina bank that has owned the Milton Travel Center since 2013 has closed the business.
Michael Thayer Jr. and his wife, Dawn, will finish hiking the 1,200-mile Ice Age Trail in Rock and Walworth counties.
LAKE GENEVA—When you head to a tourism-driven resort town, you'll probably be paying more for food and lodging than you would in your hometown.
Visitors to Lake Geneva might be paying more than in just about any other Midwestern resort...
MercyHealth will loan Kelli Cameron, the medical corporation's recruitment director, to lead community fundraising for nonprofit organization AriseNow.
A national survey recently ranked Wisconsin drivers as among the rudest. Could it be true? The Gazette asks holiday travelers what they think--and looks in the mirror.
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