Is there a Wisconsin Wisconsin?
No, there is no Wisconsin, Wisconsin. Although, there is a Wisconsin Dells, WI and there is also a Wisconsin Rapids, WI.
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There is no statute in Wisconsin. You'll have to wait until you are the age of majority. If you are not safe at home, contact the local social services agency to get help.
Wisconsin is in the United States - in the Midwest. It borders Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan. It is also part of the Great Lakes region, bordering Lake Superior and …Lake Michigan. See link below for Wisconsin's location relative to the US. Wisconsin is located in the mid-western region.
Freedom, Wisconsin is located in the United States. The town islocated in Outagamie county. As of 2014, the population is 5,842.
It was admitted to the Union in 1848 as the 30th state. 1846
To be pardoned in Wisconsin you will need to fill out a formoutlining your conviction, why it should be expunged, and willgenerally make this case in front of a judge. It make… take up to 90days to hear back.
Yes, Wisconsin is a Midwest state.
Wisconsin's motto is "Forward"
\n. \nOne of the most famous school fight songs ever written.\n. \nIt's the fight song for the University of Wisconsin's football team. Its lyrics are:\n. \n On, Wisconsin!… On, Wisconsin! \nPlunge right through that line! \nRun the ball clear down the field, boys \ntouchdown sure this time. (U rah rah) \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nFight on for her fame \nFight! Badgers! - fight, fight, fight! \nWe'll win this game.. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nStand up, Badgers, sing! \n"Forward" is our driving spirit, \nLoyal voices ring.. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nRaise her glowing flame \nStand, Fellows, let us now \nSalute her name! . \nLater on, they kept the tune, rewrote the lyrics and designated it the Wisconsin state song. Those lyrics are:\n. \n On, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nGrand old badger state! \nWe, thy loyal sons and daughters, \nHail thee good and great. \nOn, Wisconsin! On, Wisconsin! \nChampion of the right, \n"Forward!", our motto - \nGod will give thee might! . \nIt's also the fight song of half the high schools in America.
A north-central US State that border Lake Michigan and Lake Superior and also shares borders with Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota.
Wisconsin is an English spelling of "Ouisconsin", itself a French version of "Mesconsing", a Miami Indian name for what is now called the Wisconsin River. Roughly translated …the original meaning describes it as a river meandering through something red, most likely referring to the red sandstone bluffs in the Wisconsin Dells area. So, it would seem that the state of Wisconsin was named after the river by the same name and not the other way around as one might surmise. This is not surprising, however, given that during that time period rivers were major travel routes and routes of trade with the natives of the region. particularly for beaver which were nearly extinct in Europe at the time. James Duane Doty is credited with giving the territory, which later became a state with its name. He rallied Congress to create a new territory called "Chippewau" and when that failed, he tried again proposing the territory be called "Wiskonsin" in recognition of its principal river.
Wisconsin is not an object; it is one of the states in the USA, North America.
That is the correct spelling of the US state, Wisconsin.
Of course not. Wisconsin is cause The Badger State because there are no badgers whatsoever in the state.yes there are , the 1st person who answered was wrong , then why would …it be called the badger state then ?
Beautiful year round in northeastern wisconsin where I am from. Summers are perfect about 70-80 degrees with beautiful uncrowded large lakes for jetskiing, boating, fishing …some lakes up here are 7 miles long with beautiful pine trees and tons of Eagles flying above you. FALL the weather is cooler but the leaves changing on the huge trees are so unbelievably beautiful
Yes. Like most Midwestern states, Wisconsin has cold winters andhot summers. In Green Bay, WI, for example, the average lowtemperature in January is 24 degrees. The lowest tem…peraturerecorded in Wisconsin was -55 degrees, which was recorded in thevillage of Courderay, WI in February of 1996.