Year in Review

We crammed 365 days into 20 questions.

Scientifically speaking, there’s nothing special about Jan. 1. Sure, our modern calendar marks the turn of a calendar year then, near — but not quite on — the winter solstice. But we could just as well have started or ended the year in March or July. This is all our way of saying that summing up the events of an arbitrary span of 12 months with a neat narrative is usually pretty hard.

Thus, the questions that follow don’t share a theme beyond “Hey, look at all the interesting stuff that happened in the Chippewa Valley this year!” Still, it WAS a pretty cool year, wasn’t it? Hopefully you were paying attention. If you were, the quiz should be a breeze.

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Think you know the Chippewa Valley?

Take this quiz to prove your valley wisdom!

(20 questions)

Calculating your results...


Year in Review

You got X of X!

Nice work, Smartypants! Mathematicians call this "100%." You must be some kind of Chippewa Valley genius, and it's totally OK to brag to your awesome friends! Buy yourself a cookie!

Not too shabby there, Quiz Master. You seem to know more than most about the Chippewa Valley. If you don't mind us saying it, we're very proud of your work here. Keep it up, Tiger!

Hey, there! We're liking what we're seeing here. You've definitely got some Chippewa Valley data tucked away in the ol' noggin. Why not take the quiz again and see just how high you can soar?

We'll be honest. You aced some tough questions, but we feel like you can do even better. We know you have it in you, and if you can dig deep and believe in yourself, well ... perhaps your ultimate dreams will come true.

Hey, good effort! You didn't get them all wrong, and we think that's really something. It's not nothing. Maybe you'd like to take the quiz again and go for a score that's really not nothing.

Are you the kind of person who just likes clicking on things for fun? You are? Awesome! Take the quiz again and click yourself silly!

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