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2014 Wisconsin Weather Calendar winners

Published On: Oct 19 2012 11:08:26 AM CDT   Updated On: Oct 09 2013 04:17:24 PM CDT

COVER  WINNER:
Jim Hoppe - Watertown

MONTHLY PHOTO WINNERS:

Jan. - Michael Leland - Madison
Feb. - Dianne Deming Ellis - Briggsville
March - Brent Clark - Madison
April - Stephen J. Kessenich - Oregon
May - Jonah Westrich - Madison
June - Matt Stieve - Reedsburg
July - Brent Clark - Madison
Aug. - Stacey Kaisler - Madison
Sept. -Stephen J. Kessenich - Oregon
Oct. - Jerry Davis - Barneveld
Nov. - Dave Delap - Madison
Dec. - David Jurgensen - Madison

SMALL IMAGE WINNERS:

Jan. - Taylor Finger - Mauston
Feb. - Jean Kringle - Belleville
March - Carol Santulis - Brooklyn
April - Kris Stueve - Cambridge, Minn.
May - Jerry Davis - Barneveld
June - Paul  Gorman - Madison
July - Chris & Angela Eggen - Beaver Dam
Aug. - Dennis Reno - Madison
Sept. - Beth Holden - Madison
Nov. - Renee Taylor - Belleville
Dec. - Jerry Davis - Barneveld

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