Smart Living Weekly – October 30, 2013

    In This Week’s Issue: Right in Our Region: Autumn is the perfect season for indulging in some outdoor family fun, and there’s no shortage of that at the…
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Smart Living Weekly – October 2, 2013

    In This Week’s Issue: Right in Our Region: As the emerald ash borer makes its way across the United States, decimating ash trees along the way, proactive local…
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Genuine Northwest, Summer-Fall 2013

Check out these unique destinations that reflect the genuine character of our region. Pendarvis 114 Shake Rag St., Mineral Point, Wis., (608) 987-2122, Pendarvis offers a wealth of history….
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Events at a Glance: Arts & Entertainment Calendar

There’s so much to do in our region! Here’s a look at what’s coming up this season in our many arts venues.

Cannova’s Italian Cuisine: Back and Better Than Ever

A devastating fire hasn’t stopped this longtime Freeport favorite from returning with its signature Italian cuisine. Learn about this restaurant’s recent updates and its famous cuisine.

Surgery’s Evolution, from First Cut to Cutting Edge

Surgery has changed vastly since those first operations in the Stone Age and ancient China. Learn some of the latest updates and techniques that help general surgeons to provide surprisingly simple, less-invasive surgical procedures.

Kim Meier: Down on the Farm

Since she got on her first tractor at the age of 5, Kim Meier has had a passion for agriculture. Meet this Freeport farmer, and discover what she loves about the region she calls home.

Valentine’s Day: Nothing Says ‘I Love You’ Like Jewelry

It’s the time of year to say ‘I love you’ to that special someone in your life. Candy and flowers are popular gifts, but jewelry can go a long way…
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Winneshiek Players: Bringing People Together for 87 Years

From a simple grassroots beginning, this lively group of thespians has spent more than a generation entertaining the Freeport area. Discover what makes them a gem for their community.

Why We Love Our Region – Part 2

Ask a thousand people and they’ll give you a thousand reasons why this corner of the Old Northwest Territory is the best place in the world to live, work and play. Paul Anthony Arco asks local leaders why they love their region.