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Daigle Brothers Inc., Tomahawk, was listed as one of nine subcontractors awarded contracts by Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) and its construction manager, Gilbane | Exyte for ongoing work at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Racine County.

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 Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC)— the State Chamber of Commerce.

JARP Industries, Schofield, has entered into an agreement to sell the company to a subsidiary of Industries Mailhot, a Canadian company based in Quebec and a manufacturer of single-state and telescopic hydraulic cylinders.

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.

It takes a certain vision and a sense of faith to make a living creating parts for things that don’t yet exist, but that’s just how Northwest Tool & Manufacturing at 2200 N. 4th Ave. in Wausau near Northcentral Technical College has kept its business rolling into its third generation of …

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.

 WHAT HAPPENED:Seven times in the 36-hole championship match on Saturday, Jillian Bourdage managed to win a hole after losing the previous one to opponent, Lei Ye.An eighth seemed imminent as the final of the 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship reached the 36th green at SentryWorld. All tha…

Gamber-Johnson, a Steven’s Point-based supplier of mounting systems for fleet vehicles, public-safety vehicles, forklifts, and other mobility applications, was awarded a U.S. patent for its thermal tablet covers that feature technology that allows tablets to stay warm and functioning in cros…

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) agreed to provide ND Paper with $1.7 million in tax credits over three years to support the company’s expansion at its Biron division in Wisconsin Rapdis — a project expected to create 27 new jobs.

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is seeking nominations for the 2019 Marketplace Governor’s Awards that recognize outstanding Wisconsin businesses owned by minorities, women and service-disabled veterans. 

The construction industry is slow to change. With more than three decades in the field, Gene Becker, owner of Great Building Concepts in Hortonville, should know. “I start-ed framing homes after I graduated from Hortonville High School in 1981. When construction got slow, I went into sales.” 

In his 25-year career in healthcare, Terry Lawrence has never worked in an environment quite like the one at Bone & Joint. 

“WDUX gets the word out” is the motto around the WDUX station, which has been nestled in the woods of Waupaca since it started broadcasting in 1956. That continues to be the mantra of station manager JoLene Nollenberg and her staff of eight full-time employees and “many more part-timers.” 

While trekking through a beautiful natural vista, it can unnerving to hear a buzzing overhead that’s all too reminiscent of a gathering swarm of bees, but before you dash off along a wooded escape route, give a glance.

Gamber-Johnson was one of three Wisconsin companies named as recipients of the 2019 Governor’s Export Achievement Awards in recognition of their success in global business development.

AbbyBank, Abbotsford, and State Bank, Gresham, have entered into a Purchase of Assets and Assumption of Liabilities Agreement that will result in AbbyBank acquiring substantially all of the assets and assuming substantially all of the liabilities of State Bank.

It took a few rounds of being downsized to help Joel Hynes find just the right size business opportunity.

Whether the grill is calling or area residents just have a hankering for a delicious piece of meat, more and more of them look to Geiss Meat Service LLC, W4490 Pope Rd., Merrill.

No one would come out and tell Joe Hixon they wouldn’t hire him because of his disability. So, he was never 100 percent sure if his visual impairment or learning disabilities were reasons he was being passed over for an opportunity, but the mere possibility was just the fuel he needed in ord…

Greenheck, a Schofield-based manufacturer of air movement, control and conditioning equipment with several manufacturing locations across the United States, and Sentry Insurance in Stevens Point have been recognized by Forbes as two of America's Best Midsize Employers. Just 500 companies mad…

Stevens Point, Wis. – After concluding its annual review in May, A.M. Best, the insurance industry’s leading rating authority, assigned Sentry Insurance an A+ (Superior) rating. It’s the 28th consecutive year Sentry has received the rating. The rating confirms Sentry’s financial strength and…

With significant growth and expansion within its North American and global operations, Marten Machining is building a new 40,000-square-foot headquarters on 11.5 acres at 3017 Worth Drive in the Portage County Business Park, Stevens Point.

YWCA Wausau will name its 2019 Women of Vision at its 27th annual recognition luncheon May 17, at the Hilton Garden Inn. Women of Vision celebrates women who help others and have a vision to make the community a better place.

(Amherst, WI) On Tuesday, May 14 over 60 local leaders, activists, young professionals and change agents gathered at the Lettie W. Jensen Center, Amherst to identify and launch projects to support Portage County Prosperity 2040, a county-wide initiative for future economic and community deve…

William Baratka, co-founder of PhillipsPlating Corp. in Phillips, will be honored May 29 by the Price County Economic Development Association (PCEDA) with its Annual Lifetime Achievement Award.

The orders were coming in and business was growing ahead of schedule.

In May 1975, the United States Congress passed the Indochina Migration and Refugee Assistance Act, eliminating barriers to the tra- ditional immigration process for refugees from the Vietnam War.

Gundersen Health System and Marshfield Clinic Health System are discussing how the two organizations might come together to collectively enhance the level of care across Wisconsin, northeast Iowa and southeastern Minnesota.

WAUSAU, Wis., May 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PSB Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX: PSBQ), parent company of Peoples State Bank, Wausau, Wisconsin, announced that it has ranked for the tenth consecutive year in the American Banker Magazine’s “Top 200 Community Banks” list, as the 53rd top performing c…

Goals and expectations change over time, much like your Limited Liability Company (LLC). Similarly, your Operating Agreement warrants an annual review and potential amendment.

Stevens Point, Wis. — Sentry Insurance has been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Midsize Employers for the third consecutive year.