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Please submit only sites dealing specifically with the village of Walworth, Wisconsin, in this category.

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Walworth is a village located in Walworth County in southeastern Wisconsin. The population of the village is approximately 2,253 (2000) and it has a land area of 3.38 sq. kilometers.
Please submit only sites dealing with Arts or Entertainment in Watertown, Wisconsin.
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Businesses and organizations located in and serving Waukau, Wisconsin.

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For general interest sites dealing with Wausau, Wisconsin.
Businesses and organizations located in and serving Wausaukee, Wisconsin.
Please use this category for websites in the Webb Lake or immediately surrounding areas.
Webb Lake is a small town in North Central Wisconsin.
Please use this category for regional listings in and around the Webster, Wisconsin area.
Webster, Wisconsin in Burnett County
Suggest only sites that are specifically relevant to Westby, Wisconsin. If this site encompasses wider area, with multiple locations, please consider suggesting it to county or state level. For best results, compare existing listings. Failure to suggest to the most appropriate category can delay the consideration of your suggestion. Thank you for your cooperation.
Westby is a small town with a profound Norwegian influence. It is located on US highway 61, in Vernon county of Wisconsin.
Businesses and Community sites based in or about Westport, Wisconsin.
Sites in or about Weyauwega, Wisconsin.
Please submit only sites dealing with arts and entertainment in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, in this category.

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The village of Whitefish Bay is located in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin's North Shore area.
Please submit only sites dealing specifically with Whitewater, Wisconsin, in this category.

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The town of Whitewater is located in southeastern Wisconsin among the rolling Kettle Moraine and beautiful farmland. It is only 2 hours from Chicago, Illinois, and 45 minutes from Madison and Milwaukee.
Listings related to and located in Willard, WI.
Please submit only sites dealing specifically with Williams Bay, Wisconsin, in this category.

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Williams Bay is a village located in Walworth County, Wisconsin and is located on the northern shore of Geneva Lake. As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 2,415. It is home to the Yerkes Observatory.
Sites located in or about Winchester, Wisconsin.
Websites about or based in Windsor, Wisconsin.
Please submit only sites dealing with Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, in this category.

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For information on close neighboring towns (such as attractions, restaurants, or lodging), please see Baraboo, Lake Delton, and Reedsburg. County or regional information can be found in Columbia County.
One of the oldest sites to appear on maps of the western Great Lakes region is the "Dalles" of the Wisconsin River. The French word Dalles translates to "secluded gorge" and was a reference point of French explorers in the 1700's. The name remained after the French explorers left Wisconsin; with the spelling and pronunciation Anglicized as the "dells."

When the railroad arrived in 1857, the new village established at the point where the tracks crossed the Wisconsin River, was named Kilbourn City in honor of the railroad's president. Locals and visitors alike never stopped referring to the area as the "Dells". In 1931, the city of Kilbourn officially changed its name to Wisconsin Dells.

Native Americans have played a considerable part in the history of the Dells and are still a factor in the economic life of this region. Lumbering was the state's leading industry and the Dells played a leading role due to its position on the Wisconsin River. H. H. Bennett made the historic Dells popular with his many scenic nature photographs of his day.

Wisconsin Dells is one of the oldest resort areas in the state. The Wisconsin River, unique rock formations, shopping and attractions, along with the beauty of the region, continue to draw tourist from around the country and the world.
Wisconsin Rapids is located in the center of Wisconsin. Divided by the Wisconsin River, it was established when the towns of Centralia and Grand Rapids combined. It has a rich, interesting history and is known for its paper mills and cranberry industry.
Wonewoc, Wisconsin
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