Monthly Archives: May 2011

WI Voices: Woman May be Forced into Nursing Home

Tami Weber has lived in Wisconsin’s Senate District 10 her entire life.  Now in her forties, she grew up in the late Senator Gaylord Nelson’s village – Clear Lake.  Tami now lives in a modest apartment in River Falls.  She told … Continue reading

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WI Voices: A Social Worker

WI Voices: A Social Worker By Heidi Herron   “Megan” is one of the more than 280,000 public workers in WI.  She’s a social worker in the division of Child Protective Services.  She investigates allegations of neglect and also the physical, … Continue reading

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WI Voices: Man losing BadgerCare

“Frank” is a 60-yr-old Wisconsin man.  He’s a single, self-employed contractor who works on homes after they have been foreclosed.  He has several grown children and small grandchildren, some whom were running around or jumping on his lap during our interview.  Frank … Continue reading

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WI Voices

Heidi Herron WI Voices are recorded, verbatim interviews that are translated into the written word. These stories are a living library of voices and primary documents which will bear witness to the times that we live in.  My husband, sons … Continue reading

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