In a job with lots of repetition, it's likely easiest to work when you can find yourself in a nice easy rhythm. That includes work incorporating blowtorches into your occupation.
Central to the town history of Mineral Point, Wis. is a building called the Walker House Inn.
Alpacas are intriguing animals. Their body shape makes you think of a camel, while a closer inspection of their faces trigger thoughts of terriers. And it is hard not to fall in love with their big teddy bear eyes.
At least that was the case for Mike and Janice Fountain of Marshfield.
The science and stories behind fossils constitutes the passion and life-long interest of Wisconsin native David Daniels.
The Woodson Art Museum in Wausau is now home to one of the world's finest collections of art depicting avian wildlife.
The acres of grapes at Elmaro Vineyard are a true distinguishing feature amid the rolling terrain of western Wisconsin.
The striking contrasts between simple continuity and delicate detail compose the commanding presence of the Thai pavilion at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison.
"It really is a piece of art," Sharon Cybart told Newsline 9.
The sound of snapping brush surrounds you as a team of elk trackers slices through the dense brush of the Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest.
The Musky fishing season has officially started in northern Wisconsin.
But to catch one, many actually use another species of fish as bait.
Finding child care is an in-demand and expensive endeavor in Wisconsin.
Spring is in full bloom at Brenda Koshollek's greenhouse in Hatley.
But for this gardener, flowers aren't for decoration. They're for expression.
Portage County, Wisconsin is one of a few places where Prairie Chickens roam wild.
But to see them, you've got to be in place hours before sunrise.
The Boston Marathon bombing is an event hitting close to home for Andy Davis.
"We have some friends that were out there running and were near the finish line, that were in that spot where the bombing took place twenty minutes before," Davis told Newsline 9.