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It Has Been an Unusual Year for Mapling

Maple sapping season started early across the northwoods and it may be lingering late. Producers of nature’s sweetest treat started tapping trees in mid-February, weeks earlier than usual, and the up and down temperatures of March have turned the spigots on and off since. ‘It’s been an unusual year, Jim Adamski of Adamski’s Sugarbush, one…

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Sartori Cheese Produced Here Best in the U.S.

Wisconsin cheesemakers continued their impressive run as a black pepper Italian-inspired cheese from Sartori Cheese in Antigo was named the top cheese in the country, while a cheddar from Weyauwega and a Gouda from Thorp were first and second runnersup. The announcement was made Thursday night as the 19th Biennial U.S. Championship Cheese Contest came…

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Featured Property – Duffek Sand & Gravel

Duffek Sand and Gravel shop/office complex is located off of Highway 64 Bypass. This is a large 4000 sq ft office building with lobby entrance, 10 offices, kitchenette, conference room and 2 bathrooms on the main level. The building is constructed with insulated concrete and is very efficient to heat and cool. There is a…

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CoVantage Spells Out Gains During Past Year, Details Antigo Expansion

CoVantage Credit Union is moving up, literally as well as figuratively. At the credit union’s 64th annual meeting Wednesday, President Charlie Zanayed announced that CoVantage will add a third story to its downtown Antigo headquarters, sharing plans that he stressed were very preliminary for the work. That news came just moments after Chairman Matt Kolling…

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NTC Offering Solution Seminar in Antigo

The Northcentral Technical College (NTC) in Antigo is pleased to announce that the Business & Industry division at NTC is offering a series of professional development workshops of Knowledge Management, Developing Corporate behavior and Performance Management.

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Forestry, Recreation Department Honored for Management Practices

The Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department has achieved regional honors for its management practices. At the quarterly meeting of the Lumberjack Resource Conservation and Development Council, Forest Administrator Erik Rantala and staff received the Chairman’s Special Achievement Award for outstanding contributions to promoting good forest stewardship through education and example. At one time, Langlade…

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