Mint Cafe in Wausau

Exploring Historic Wausau Dining Establishment by Kaylin Speth Tucked conveniently around the corner from the Wausau Center is a staple of local history revered by the locals. The Mint Café earns its status partly from its impressive age (it was founded in 1888), making it a familiar downtown nook for generations of customers. It also has really good pie. Located on Third...

Where to Fish in Central Wisconsin

Central Wisconsin Fishing Explored by Malachi David The first Saturday in May marks the official opening of fishing season around Wisconsin. As you prepare this week, you may wonder where you should try and fish. Central Wisconsin has many different places to offer, from ponds and lakes to rivers and flowages. Each spot has something to offer whether you are looking...

Exploring North Wood County Park

North Wood County Park - Near Marshfield, Wisconsin Explored By Malachi David Spring has sprung, which means it is time to start enjoying the weather and all of your favorite outdoor activities! Whether you’re into camping, fishing, hiking, biking, or enjoying nature, central Wisconsin is sure to have something for you! Focus on Marshfield will be taking a look at some...

Elroy-Sparta Trail Opens May 1

Favored Destination for Cyclists Opens for Season Perhaps one of the most favored destinations for cyclists and nature-lovers alike, the Elroy-Sparta trail in western/central Wisconsin opens May 1 for the season. Restrooms and walk-in campgrounds are scheduled to open May 13th. A popular experience for people of all ages, the trail passes through five small towns along its 32-mile route, with...

Ice breaks at Flowage

Ice Breaks At Flowage Near Stratford, WI Due to the higher than normal temperatures and rain, much of the ice is breaking up on the rivers throughout Wisconsin. WATCH our aerial video footage. https://youtu.be/CL3-rizlK5Q

Rock Creek Disabled Outdoors (RCDO) Steak Feed

Rock Creek Disabled Outdoors
Annual Steak Feed to be Held February 11 Rock Creek Disabled Outdoors(RCDO) is set to host their 4th annual steak feed on Saturday, February 11th. The event will be held at the American Legion in Neillsville from 5:00 – 8:00 pm. Cost per ticket is $15 in advance and can be purchased at the American Legion or $18 at the...

Ice Storm 2017 – Skating on City Streets

Yesterday evening, as freezing rain turned to ice on the streets of Central Wisconsin communities, many joked that the streets had turned into an ice rink. In LaCrosse, two teenagers turned the joke into a reality, skating through the streets as their dad, Bob Schmidt, filmed. “I glanced out the front window about 4:00 yesterday afternoon and noticed that the...

Explore Wisconsin Ice Castles – Wisconsin Dells

Wisconsin Dells Ice Castle Are Open Beginning last Friday (13th), visitors to Wisconsin Dells can enjoy a unique experience as Wisconsin’s first Ice Castle opens to the public. Composed of thousands of icicles, 10-foot thick walls, and embedded lighting, the 30-foot tall, 25-Million pound 1-acre structure is a sight to behold. Since October, Ice Castles, LLC’s crew of 30 people have...

Marshfield’s Best Burger at Nutz Deep II

Voted “Best Burger” in the Best of Marshfield survey this year, there really is no wrong option when you order a burger at Nutz Deep II. We explored the menu at Nutz (as it’s colloquially known) in an effort to highlight some of their custom burgers... The Hub City Burger Onion-lovers, this one's for you. Char-grilled to perfection, this burger is topped with...

New Exhibits at Wildwood Zoo

Wildwood Zoo - HERE WE GROW AGAIN! Last year was a busy one at the zoo . . . Not only did we complete our brand new, state-of-the art bear exhibit, but we welcomed its new inhabitants! The Zoo in Marshfield has always been an educational center and fun family past-time, and the expansion has opened new habitats and amenities, propelling...