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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed day-to-day life for Wisconsinites in many ways. But for dairy farmer Bryan Voegeli, much has remained the same.
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The city of Madison has a new tool for removing invasive plants in two of its parks: goats. It's part of a trial program to manage invasive species and promote the establishment of native vegetation.
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After demand for Wisconsin farmland started to decline in 2019, rural appraisers say the COVID-19 pandemic could continue to hurt land sales.
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Wisconsin has been an on-again, off-again swing state for a very long time. For more than a century, its voters have ridden waves of close elections or flip-flopping party allegiances.
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There are 15,584 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 25, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 307 cases from the day before.
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The combination of letters "w-a-u" appears pretty frequently in the names of places around Wisconsin. Think of the cities of Wauwatosa or Milwaukee. Is that just coincidence? Or something more?
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The Farmory, an indoor growing center in Green Bay, provides educational programming about sustainable agriculture and aquaculture. It's also home to the state's first bio-secure yellow perch hatchery.
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A smartphone app from UW-Madison is helping Wisconsin's fruit and vegetable growers understand bee populations.
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Memorial Day is typically marked by parades and gatherings at cemeteries. But some communities are canceling, scaling back or holding virtual Memorial Day events due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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There are 15,277 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 24, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 400 cases from the day before.