Have you ever driven through a business district and noticed a building that stood out, but not in a good way? Many communities throughout the country have that one building that just doesn’t quite fit. Yes, you might say it’s memorable but, if it’s for the wrong reason(s) and it’s your buil…
Years ago, at the moment when the internet was emerging and the potential for personal money transactions intersected, there was an immediate fear and mistrust among many people. “Is it secure; will I get ripped off?” was the chief concern that led significant numbers of the first generation…
A dedication ceremony was held Aug. 7 for the new Riverlife Park along the Wausau East Riverfront area north of Wausau on the Water (WOW). The park officially opened June 28.
For centuries people have agreed that gold is very valuable. Men risked their lives trying to find it, banks built massive vaults guarding it, and we all have heard of Fort Knox, the most secure place in the world, where the U.S. Government is keeping its gold reserves.
For Erin Witucki, community involvement wasn’t an option when she moved to the Wausau area after college. It was simply a matter of what she was going to get involved in.
The allure of Silicon Valley beckoned, and proved to be an almost magnetic force.
The Dave’s County Market logo says the store values fresh, family and you. It’s a mantra that has created success for the independent grocery 44 years after Dave Bonnell purchased the former Red Owl store.
In Rhinelander country, the hodag is serious business, and The Hodag Store at 538 Lincoln St., Rhinelander, is evidence of the that.
STEVENS POINT, Wisc. (August 8, 2019) — The United States - Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA) has significant impact for numerous businesses in central Wisconsin. Mr. Julian Adem Diaz de Leon, Consul General of Mexico, will meet with some of those businesses August 13, in Stevens Point.
Beginning this Fall, students at Northcentral Technical College (NTC) can select from six new degree programs created in response to growing job markets and the needs of current and prospective students.
President Donald Trump’s tariffs are biting Wisconsin companies, but a majority of business leaders support them anyway, according to a semi-annual economic survey conducted by Wisconsin Manuf…