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Bill Williams clearly remembers the friendly face of Army Sgt. Robert A. McCartney almost 50 years after his death.
Jessica Davis and Tracy Schmidt work with living legends as they transform wild mustangs into well-trained mounts.
Marin Thomas published her first women's fiction book, "The Promise of Forgiveness," earlier this year.
Brody Austin never stopped giving, even in death. Because Austin was an organ donor, he gave life to six people on the national transplant-waiting list.
Alumni of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing will reminisce about the deep relationships they forged while caring for the sick and each other.
Concerning Jets, Sharks, Vikings, Cougars and "West Side Story"
Victoria Pulcine of Edgerton sees herself working as a softball umpire far into the future.
Joshua Cullum is a volunteer for the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II, a field survey that documents breeding birds in the state.
The nonprofit Trails to Tomorrow helps veterans fight depression and suicide by offering them short- and long-term wilderness trips.
Cinder Roherty hopes her latest book will raise awareness about the critical role wild bees play in pollinating food crops.
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