Monthly Archives: September 2017

Tragedy of War or Tragedy of Genocide

For those of you who aren’t from Wisconsin or familiar with this piece of our history, Black Hawk (Ma-ka-tai-me-shi-kia-kiak) and his people were originally from what is now northwestern Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin. In the early 1800’s they were forcibly removed … Continue reading

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The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Rock, the Layered History of Our Home

The history of our home revealed in each layer compressed by pressure and time. Layered

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Drinking Manure: Groundwater, Manure and Public Safety, NR 151

Participants at a hearing in Green Bay Wisconsin on Friday, September 15th, which was also live-streamed to Madison, shared the numbers on how many wells in Kewaunee County are contaminated by farm runoff, mainly in the form of manure. Some, … Continue reading

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