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While Aladdin’s Castle and Time Out mall arcades are a thing of the past, Extreme Home Arcades has perpetuated the passion for arcade games. Nostalgia meets technology in the form of custom arcade machines created at 3041 Michigan Ave. in Ste…

As far as Sawmill Brewing Company is concerned, if you walk in the door with the mind set that you don’t like beer, “it’s just that you haven’t found a beer you like yet,” Zach Kubichek, co-owner and operator, said. “It’s my favorite challeng…

While it’s definitely quirky, O’so Brewing Company’s slogan of “Often wacky, sometimes offensive, seldom constrained, always unique” has served its owners well in meandering down their business-ownership path.

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WAUSAU — The Greater Wausau Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists of the 2022 Small Business of the Year Awards. Eleven businesses and organizations have been named as finalists. The Small Business of the Year Award recognizes business growth, community involvement and innovative e…

Their name’s presence is subtle — often appearing on the mudflaps or selectively on nameplates on fire trucks, box trucks and other vehicles, but the telltale yellow and black lettering of the Marion Body Works brand stands strong behind the company’s transportation solutions as it has since…

Taking over a longtime family-owned establishment is fraught with the challenge of maintaining what’s worked while adding something new, but Kathleen Regelman and Hannah Reyes are hoping it’ll be a piece of cake.

For a business that started with $5,000 cash, a second mortgage on owners Mark and Laurie Matthiae’s home, and a lead time of three weeks to get up and running, Crystal Finishing Systems has managed to do pretty well for itself.

Fire holds a sacred place in Native American cultures, gathering wise, experienced leaders and fostering visionary discussions. It’s with that amalgamation of tradition and progression that Greenfire Management Services strives to write its own chapter in Northcentral Wisconsin.

Dr. Amy Stuber's email signature includes a quote by Tony Robbins that says, “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” She and her chiropractic practice are a testament of that.

People often take for granted the abundance of resources available to them and their fellow citizens. Foremost among those is electricity. It only takes one extended power outage to create a renewed sense of gratitude for this utility. L&…

There aren’t too many Wisconsin-based businesses that have roots that go back nearly 125 years. Gerhard’s Kitchen & Bath Store, which has a location in Rhinelander, is part of that elite group. It has a total of 11 retail sites statewide …

Kolbe Windows & Doors may well be in the markets of windows and doors, but it’s defined itself as more than a manufacturer by innovating and delivering what its customers want — including unique designs that are also of superior quality a…

Patrick Gatterman grew up in northern Wisconsin, loving the outdoors for activities such as kayaking and downhill biking. He figured that since he was out doing these things on weekends, he also could rent items for others to do the same.