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Local Lombardis

Sure, Vince may always be No. 1 in Packer Country, but a number of legendary, Hall of Fame-level coaches have walked the sidelines in the Chippewa Valley.

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How to Be a Tailgate Hero

Not much is better than being in the stands for a football game. The crowd roaring and the players giving it their all combine to create a certain energy you don’t get many other places. Because of this it’s important to be in the ...

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Old Abe Trail Gets New Look

If the ride seemed a bit less bumpy during your recent trip down the Old Abe State Trail, it wasn’t your imagination: Late last year, a 10-mile stretch of the trail between Jim Falls and Cornell was resurfaced at a cost of $800,000 ...

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The Grape Escape 2013

Started in 2009, The Great River Road Wine Trail was named after the road that sews these nine wineries together. The famous road itself, recognized as a National Scenic Byway, runs from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. This particular stretch ...

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The Pinehurst Project wants your opinion

As you may recall, some winter loving locals are working to hard to revamp Pinehurst Park, converting the ski hill turned sledding hill into to a frosty shangri-la of wintertime activity. A meeting will be held Wednesday, January 16 ...

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Chiseled for Cheap

Hockey: No teams necessary for this co-ed free-for-all 8:45-10:15pm every Wednesday at Hobbs Ice Center through March 28. This is for ages 18 and older costs $6 a session and you can slap shot 654 calories away in the first hour. Snowshoeing: ...

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The Ice Age Trail

Did you know there is an awesome 1,200-mile hiking path that spans the entire state and passes just north of Chippewa? Well put your eyes back in and grab your hiking boots ...

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