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Ascension Wisconsin Spirit Medical Transport (Spirit) has announced discontinuation of service of the Spirit 2 helicopter based at Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff by the end of 2020 and the sunset of an operational agreement at the end of August for Spirit 3, a fixed wing aircraft ba…

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has awarded more than $2 million to North Central Health Care (NCHC) in Wausau as well as Milwaukee and Ashland counties to support the development and initial operations of three youth crisis stabilization facilities.

This new residential care treatment option is for people age 17 and under who are on the verge of a mental health emergency. The option treatment will provide a safe, supervised place where youth can de-escalate from a period of intense emotional distress and learn coping strategies.

Currently, there are no certified youth crisis stabilization facilities in Wisconsin.

North Central Health Care received $625,343, Milwaukee County received $1,286,958 and Ashland County received $109,808.

The treatment programs are expected to be open by the end of 2020.

Delta Dental of Wisconsin plans to build its new corporate headquarters at the Portage County Business Park in Stevens Point to bring its employees and growing business lines under one roof. The space allows for continued growth for Delta Dental.

I t’s a crazy world we’re living in, right? A lot has changed over the last four months. We’ve seen a global pandemic along with a 3- month quarantine, national social unrest, and many small, family-owned businesses are struggling to survive. We were forced to quickly adapt to the virus and …

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While you should always be analyzing risk, there is a heightened need with the recent pandemic and the ensuing fallout. Assessing your business risk and making appropriate improvements will help your organization minimize, or even prevent, the impact of time-consuming and costly situations, …

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Northcentral Technical College (NTC) and the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board (NWWIB) are partnering to host a drivethrough job fair aimed to help workers find a job during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will take place at NTC's Phillips campus on July 15 from noon-4 p.m.

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Key application dates for the next round of grants available from the Broadband Expansion Grant Program have been announced. The PSC will make applications available on Sept. 1 and they will be due Dec. 1. The funding for the grants was appropriated in the 2019-2021 state biennial budget.

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Waupaca Foundry is the recipient of the 2020 Better Project award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Plants program for innovations at its Tell City, Indiana plant.

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While COVID-19 has had an effect on many summer events, camping is one tradition that is still being observed by many. It’s no different in Shawano County, where in the town of Wescott, in an area known as the “Mooseyard,” sits Fawn Lake Campground.

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Wisconsin businesses continue to demonstrate resilience during the pandemic as 41 percent of respondents to a University of WisconsinOshkosh statewide economic survey indicate they have introduced or expanded online services during the last three months.