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ICYMI: Congress is Closing the Skills Gap

Lately, there's been no shortage of good news about the American economy. Just a few weeks ago, we saw the economy grow at its fastest pace in nearly four years. Then, we learned worker pay and benef…
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Rooftops Newsletter: You Can Go Home Again

Over the past year or so, we have been writing about new tools that NFESH has developed and deployed as part of our What A Waste and REACH projects. These tools are about discovery. NFESH cannot help…
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Learn to Drive Your 4x4 Like a Pro

Four-wheeling is a hands-on experience. You can gather a lot of driving tips from online stories, magazine articles and books, but to really get a sense of how your 4x4 works on the trail, nothing be…
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How to Catch Really Big Fish with Kids

When it comes to fishing with kids, conventional wisdom says to find a place where they can catch any fish with a high level of frequency and you’ll make a fisherman for life. That’s true. Fast-actio…
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Paddling With Your Kids Paddling With Your Kids - How to Get Started Paddling

Whether you head out for a day across the bay or a jaunt into the wilds for a week-long adventure, paddling is one of the best outdoor activities you can do with your kids. Add water to your children…
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4 Easy Ways To Enjoy Mountain Biking On Your Vacation

If you’ve been on a vacation to an outdoor destination in the past few years, you’ve likely noticed a new phenomenon: cycle paths, single track mountain bike trails, rail trails and bike parks now do…
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Congressman Ryan: 'The American People Are Better Off Now'

Summary: Earlier this week, Republican leaders talked about how the American people are Better Off Now because of the House Republican agenda that has ushered in an economic resurgence and strengthen…
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Madison Early Music Festival 2018

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of the Arts announces the 19th annual Madison Early Music Festival Workshop and Concert Series, A Cabinet of Curiosities: Journey to Lübeck. We will explo…
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Congressman Paul Ryan Breaks Ground at Foxconn Development

First District Congressman and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) today released the following statement after breaking ground at the location of Foxconn's 20 million-square-foot facility in Racine Cou…
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GPS and other technology help athletes find fitness faster

A sports science class focused on the most popular technologies in the field of human performance in an effort to teach UW-Madison students how to collect data, interpret the information and use it i…
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Art Fair on the Square 2018

One of the Midwest's most popular and highly regarded outdoor celebrations of the arts will return to the Capitol Square July 14 and 15, 2018 as MMoCA presents the 60th annual Art Fair on the Square.…
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How To Choose The Best Times To Fish

The best time to go fishing is whenever you can. While that old maxim has merit and speaks to the value of fishing just for the fun of it, there are times during the day, month and year when it seems…
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The Necessities Every Camper Should Own

Every time I go camping with friends, I learn a new trick or discover a piece of gear that makes life outdoors more comfortable. But there are some basic items that are a must for an enjoyable family…
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This Year's Best Luxury Camping Items For Spring And Summer

Picture this camping scene: you wake up from a night sleeping peacefully under the stars and reach for a cup of joe, but instead of cowboy coffee, you’re greeted by the aroma of freshly brewed espres…
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Archery Gear On A Budget Best Buys This Year

Archery industry manufacturers seem to have fractured into two factions lately. On one side you have high-end, uber-expensive equipment that while nice, is clearly out of reach for most of us. On the…
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