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Archives: February 2015

Winter Wonderland

Posted on Feb. 1, 2015 by Amy Hanson
Photo courtesy of Apple Creek Snow Ryders

Recreation clubs make the most of the cold Whether it’s the trails or slopes that catch your fancy this time of year, winter offers a host of seasonal pastimes to get you out and moving. Four area clubs reveal what makes this the “most wonderful time of the year” for them. Hitting the slopes “We READ MORE

Sweets for sweethearts

Posted on Feb. 1, 2015 by Amy Hanson
Photo by Jill Ziesemer

Candy bars bring confections to wedding receptions Lyrics to James Taylor’s “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” can often be heard at wedding receptions. Now, another sweet moment is appearing at nuptial gatherings — candy bars. Spreads of candies in every flavor, shape and color that a bride and groom can conjure READ MORE

Discovering your craft

Posted on Feb. 1, 2015 by Reid Trier
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Local breweries offer handcrafted, flavorful options Another 9 to 5. You are looking to kick your feet up and perhaps, grab a favorite drink. Yes, the classic light American lager may be your go-to beverage, but chances are a local craft brewery is creating something brand new and bursting with flavor. “It’s a big push READ MORE

Radiating heat

Posted on Feb. 1, 2015 by Amy Hanson
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Flooring options fend off winter’s freeze The jolt of bare toes making contact with a chilly floor can be a rude awakening on cold Wisconsin mornings. Whether it’s wood, tile or laminate flooring, these options are seemingly always cool to the touch, especially in frigid climates. Radiant or in-floor heating, however, can change that and READ MORE