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- Portage County Business Council Announces Small Business of the Year, Decree of Excellence Recipient, Ambassador of the Year and President’s Award Recipients
- Blood Center launches Thank the Donor effort
- The Wisconsin Department of Health Services
- Aspirus recognized as supply-chain leader
- Economic recovery funds aim to fill Wisconsin’s empty storefronts
The Community Blood Center (CBC), which provides blood to Northcentral and Northeastern Wisconsin, has launched the Thank the Donor program which allows patients who have received a transfusion to send a message of appreciation to the individual who donated the blood, platelets or plasma the…
(DHS) announced that the state received more than $175 million in federal funding to develop a program to support school-based COVID-19 testing for teachers, staff, and students. The program will be part of a comprehensive COVID-19 mitigation approach to assist schools in operating safely.
Aspirus Health Care in Wausau has been recognized by healthcare supply chain leader Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) as a Best 50 healthcare provider.
Nicolet National Bank, which has a number of branches throughout Northcentral Wisconsin, is expanding its reach into Michigan with the acquisition of Mackinac Financial Corporation and its banking subsidiary, mBank.
PSB Holdings, parent company of Peoples State Bank in Wausau, has completed the merger with Waukesha Bankshares, parent company of Sunset Bank & Savings.
STEVENS POINT, WI—The Portage County Business Council is proud to announce that Bria Bella & Co., has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 Small Business of the Year. Worzalla has been selected for the 2020 Decree of Excellence Award. The entire Ambassador Club has been selected to…
Gov. Tony Evers announced a $100 million investment in Wisconsin’s economic recovery as part of the state’s funds received through the federal government’s American Rescue Plan Act. The investment aims to ensure businesses and communities across Wisconsin have additional support and resource…
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, one Shawano company was able to strike back by quickly making isolation gowns for hospitals.
As the COVID-19 vaccination rate increases, business owners still face uncertainty as the Wisconsin summer tourism season nears. This and other findings from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh’s yearlong COVID-19 economic impact survey project were the topic of a panel discussion April 7 wi…
Jeannie Worden has been named president of Northcentral Technical College (NTC) and will begin her new role on July 1. She succeeds Lori Weyers who will retire on June 30.
Taiwanese contract electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Co. will dramatically scale back its planned investment in an initially planned $10 billion Wisconsin plant, under an agreement a…