Home builders
Members of the Driftless Homewright crew work on the upstairs of a cabin in Grant County.
Monday, August 18, 2014
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  Area energy efficient home builders unique in the Midwest By Ted Pennekamp   A Crawford County company builds many of their energy efficient homes in a unique way. Driftless Homewrights (formerly Midwest Earth Builders) of Soldiers Grove uses compressed earthen blocks made of a clay... + continue reading
Boat Landing expansion
Six new parking stalls were added to the Campion Boat Landing this past week. Three new handicapped accessible stalls were also added near the increasingly popular fishing dock.
Monday, August 18, 2014
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  Prairie du Chien’s Campion Boat Landing is expanded By Ted Pennekamp   The various boat landings in Prairie du Chien continue to have improvements made. This past week, more black top was added to the Campion Boat Landing to expand the parking lot and also to complete the area... + continue reading
Monday, August 18, 2014
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On Mountain Lane Farm in rural Eastman/Wauzeka, Tom and Sharon Martin are raising the next generation of Crawford County growers. Their boys, Gabe, 13, Zach, 11, Nate, 11, Jacob, 9, and Joshua, 4, are learning the tricks of the trade, so to speak. The boys have an inherited sense of producing... + continue reading

The remains of the Slumberland Furniture fire from April 13 have yet to be completely torn down and cleaned up four months later. The blaze not only destroyed the store, it also left half of the Blackhawk Junction mall closed down, waiting for cleanup efforts to take place so the rest can be rebuilt. (Photo by Correne Martin)
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
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By Correne Martin It’s been exactly four months since Slumberland Furniture in Prairie du Chien was destroyed by a fire, deemed “undetermined” in its cause. Since then, the charred ruins of the building and its contents have remained nearly the same as they appeared in the... + continue reading

An estimated 225 Germanfest guests tasted and voted for their favorite beverages in the 2013 You Be the Judge beer and wine contest. (Photo submitted)
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
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By Molly Moser Dr. Andrew Smith began experimenting with beer brewing with friends while he was in college. “At that point, it was still quasi-illegal – but we thought it was do-able. It kind of tasted like beer,” Smith laughs. In 1987, he was given a brew kit for Christmas and... + continue reading
Home builders
Members of the Driftless Homewright crew work on the upstairs of a cabin in Grant County.
Boat Landing expansion
Six new parking stalls were added to the Campion Boat Landing this past week. Three new handicapped accessible stalls were also added near the increasingly popular fishing dock.

The remains of the Slumberland Furniture fire from April 13 have yet to be completely torn down and cleaned up four months later. The blaze not only destroyed the store, it also left half of the Blackhawk Junction mall closed down, waiting for cleanup efforts to take place so the rest can be rebuilt. (Photo by Correne Martin)

An estimated 225 Germanfest guests tasted and voted for their favorite beverages in the 2013 You Be the Judge beer and wine contest. (Photo submitted)

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