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Face Masks Made Mandatory on All UW Campuses This Fall

Face Masks Made Mandatory on All UW Campuses This Fall

Face masks will be mandatory inside all University of Wisconsin campus buildings statewide under a policy adopted unanimously by the Board of Regents. Interim UW President Tommy Thompson said at Thursday’s meeting there was no way to open safely amid the coronavirus pandemic without the mandate. Thompson strongly advocated for the mandatory mask policy at…Read more »

Teams Search for ‘Glee’ Star Naya Rivera at California Lake

Teams Search for ‘Glee’ Star Naya Rivera at California Lake

Authorities say they are searching for a second day for “Glee” star Naya Rivera, whose 4-year-old son was found alone on a boat they had rented together on a lake near Los Angeles. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office says divers, drones and helicopters are being used to search Thursday for the 33-year-old Rivera on Lake…Read more »

Parades and Close-Ups with Mickey Out as Disney World Reopens

Parades and Close-Ups with Mickey Out as Disney World Reopens

“The Most Magical Place on Earth” will look different to visitors who have previously visited Walt Disney World. Changes aimed at preventing the spread of the new coronavirus will be in place when two of Disney’s four parks open this weekend. There will be no fireworks shows or parades, and visitors will be getting temperature…Read more »

The Best Road Trips You Can Take!

The Best Road Trips You Can Take!

With big resorts just starting to open back up, a lot of people are having to rethink their summer vacations. Luckily, you don’t need a fancy resort or a big pool to have a great trip. In fact, all you need is your car and a map! Road Trips are making a big resurgence this…Read more »

A Summer Schedule to Keep The Kids Entertained!

A Summer Schedule to Keep The Kids Entertained!

This is my first summer since 8th grade that I’m not spending every day babysitting. I’d go in around 7 am and leaved around 7 pm. While I made pretty good money, it was really exhausting until I got the kids on a schedule. Feel free to swap out the days or use your own…Read more »

All The Places you Can Hike in Wisconsin!

All The Places you Can Hike in Wisconsin!

We’ve all been cooped up in our homes for so long. Between the COVID-19 outbreak and winter, we were all starting to go a little stir crazy. But it’s finally warm enough to spend time outside (social distant from everyone else while wearing masks)! In Wisconsin, there is more than 2,500 miles of scenic hiking…Read more »

Country Rocker and Fiddler Charlie Daniels Dies at Age 83

Country Rocker and Fiddler Charlie Daniels Dies at Age 83

Country music pioneer and fiddler Charlie Daniels, who had a hit with “Devil Went Down to Georgia,” has died at age 83. A statement from his publicist said the Country Music Hall of Famer died Monday due to a stroke. Daniels, a singer, guitarist and fiddler, started out as a session musician, even playing on…Read more »

How I Start Every Morning!

How I Start Every Morning!

I’ll be honest with you, I’m a weird sleeper. I like to be curled in a ball, laying diagonal with one leg stretched out as far as it can go. During the night, it feels awesome, but every morning I wake up and my body is tense. Turns out to feel better in the morning…Read more »

Why We Celebrate 4th of July!

Why We Celebrate 4th of July!

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the crafts, decorations, and yummy food that comes with celebrating the 4th of July, but we can’t forget why we’re actually celebrating. The Fourth of July- also known as Independence Day of July 4th – has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941. But did…Read more »