Northern Wisconsin town got its start as an Ojibwe village.
A poet in the 1920s wrote verses about the St. Croix River that still ring true one calm August afternoon.
The historic site will be open for the second fall in a row this year and citizens are needed to help make it happen.
Families are welcome at Forts Folle Avoine’s annual encampment July 27-29 to experience the life of St. Croix River region voyageurs.
The little village was once important for moving supplies past the rapids above St. Croix Falls, WI.
The final Heritage Discovery Workshops were held this month, and the Heritage Initiative will now take the information collected and start planning Heritage Summits for this fall.
A new online tool lets you submit stories, places and traditions you think make the area special.
The soldier who shot President Lincoln’s assassin is thought to have died in 1894 Hinckley Fire.