Snow storm outages

If you have an outage to report after hours, please call the Sheriff's department at 715-284-5357. Crews have a long list of trees on the wires and will get to them as soon as possible. 

Utility hours December 19- 22 (Monday -Thursday) 7:00am to 3:30pm. Closed Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26. Hours December 27-December 30 (Tuesday-Friday) 7:00am to 3:30pm. Closed Monday January 2. Hours January 3-6 (Tuesday-Friday) 7:00am to 3:30pm. 

Living in Wisconsin

Wisconsin River cutting through rocks with sun settingLocated in America's heartland, Wisconsin is a place of abundant natural beauty, diverse recreational activities, progressive educational institutions and developing economic opportunity.

With 15,000 inland lakes, two Great Lakes, three National Park Service properties and 57 state parks and forests, Wisconsin is blessed with stunning natural resources. Not surprisingly, it is one of the top tourist destinations in the Midwest, popular with visitors during all four of its distinct seasons.

Wisconsin's appeal isn't limited to rural areas. The state's towns and cities have a long history of supporting arts and cultural activities, offering visitors a wide variety of museums, galleries, events and historic sites. Milwaukee's Summerfest is recognized as the "World's Largest Outdoor Music Festival."

The state also boasts top-flight sports teams including the Green Bay Packers, world-class entertainment and incredible restaurants and nightclubs. The state also has nearly 500 public golf courses, ranking it among the top states for its ratio of golfers to courses.

The Badger state's economy is as diverse as its attractions. Long known as "America's Dairyland," Wisconsin ranks at or near the top in a number of food production categories, including milk, cheese, cranberries, ginseng and beer. Home to companies like Harley-Davidson, Rockwell and Miller Brewing, the state is also a leader in manufacturing.