The Latest On “John Doe” Investigation, Wisconsin Lighthouses At Auction, People Of Rural Wisconsin Project

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If you’ve ever dreamed of running away to a lighthouse, now might be your chance. The federal government is auctioning off lighthouses in Wisconsin and we take a look at one in Sturgeon Bay. Then we explore the stories of ordinary people with the Rural Wisconsin Project and track the top news story of the day.

Featured in this Show

  • Court Revives 'John Doe' Investigation

    A federal appeals court lifted an injunction that was halting the “John Doe” investigation, which looked into whether Governor Scott Walker illegally coordinated with groups on fundraising and campaign spending. We sift through the latest details, and find out what’s next for the case, with one of our news reporters.

  • Federal Government Sells Off Lighthouses In Wisconsin

    The federal government is selling off lighthouses in the Northeast and Great Lakes regions of the United States. The executive director of the Door County Maritime Museum talks about a lighthouse being auctioned in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

  • The People Of Rural Wisconsin Project

    The project director for People of Rural Wisconsin talks about curating the rural voices from around the state…and what their stories can tell us about the relationship between place and identity.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Cynthia Schuster Producer
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Chuck Quirmbach Guest
  • Bob Desh Guest
  • Matt Groshek Guest

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