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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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Featured Property – Gene’s Bearings

Unique business opportunity available. Gene’s Bearings, Inc is a family run business, located in downtown Antigo, that will be celebrating 50 years in business in 2017. Included is a large inventory of popular and not so popular stock that keeps, our local customers as well as customers from around the state and upper Michigan coming…

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Vickie Wagner Purchases the VFW Club, Still A Home for Vets

he vets are remaining at Vicki’s. Vickie Wagner, who has operated Vickie and the Vets at the Antigo VFW Clubhouse for several years, quietly purchased the clubhouse building from Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 2653 earlier this month. She had been leasing the kitchen and portions of the building since 2011. The veterans still…

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Merrill Small Business Receives Governor’s Award

On Friday, December 16, 2016 Wisconsin Interstate Contracting (WIC) of Merrill and owner Renee Koebe, were one of seven Wisconsin businesses recognized by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation during Marketplace 2016, the Governor’s Conference on Minority Business Development.

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Grow North Helping Economic Development in the Northwoods

Grow North Economic Development Corporation focuses on creating economic development opportunities to improve the vitality of Oneida, Vilas, Forest, Lincoln, Langlade, Oconto, Florence, and Marinette counties. Areas of focus include workforce development, with efforts to attract, retain, and promote a pipeline of skilled workers to the region. Initiatives include engaging K-12 students by providing manufacturing and other business tours, FAB Lab / Maker Space opportunities, promoting forestry, logging, and wood products careers, and collaborating with businesses to offer apprenticeship opportunities.

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