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Canopy Gardens Remains Family Operation With Partnership Deal

Pete and Pam Augustyn, owners of Canopy Gardens, have added their son-in-law and daughter, Cory and Lindy Price, as partners. “The hunt for someone to take over our farm has finally come to a very successful close,” Pete Augustyn, owner of the hydroponic produce farm for the last 22 years, said. The new couple will transition into the business over the next…

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Cutlass Motor Lodge is Back to Life as Apartments

The new Cutlass apartments, 25 units carved out of what was once one of the north’s original motor lodges, will be unveiled at an open house on Saturday. The grand opening comes 17 months after the Antigo Common Council approved the necessary permits for the development by Minneapolis-based Trimac Rentals, made up of a mix…

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State Fair Recognizes Families Owning 100 and 150 year Old Farms

Farm families are proud of their long history and hundreds of them showed up at State Fair in West Allis to celebrate their farm heritage Tuesday, Aug. 8 at the Century and Sesquicentennial Farm Breakfast. Their pride showed in their faces and in the stories they shared with others celebrating 100 or 150 years of their…

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Snap Beans Roaring Out of County Fields

Tons and tons of snap beans are being harvested from fields in Langlade County as the summer growing season is starting to hit a peak. Steve Zimmerman, the county’s UW-Extension agriculture agent said the harvest of beans is well underway and being loaded into trucks for regional canning plants for processing. But the beans appear…

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Langlade County Entrepreneur Wins HATCH Business Pitch

HATCH is a pitch competition for new business ideas. Who gets to pitch their ideas? Anyone with a good idea for a new business! The rules are simple. We don’t restrict the type of idea you can submit, but it’s important to remember this is about moving an idea forward. At HATCH presenters have five minutes to…

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Featured Property – Ruby May’s Cafe

Ruby May’s Cafe building was completely remodeled four years ago and has been meticulously maintained ever since. All furniture and equipment to run a restaurant are included. Some of the help is even willing to stay on. Parking for around twenty vehicles and all blacktopped drive and parking. A newer detached two car garage for…

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McDougal’s Farm Challenges CSA Members to get Creative in the Kitchen

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a new idea in farming that reconnects families back to a local farmer that grows their food. McDougal’s Farm are one of these CSA farms. Members receive shares in the farm’s bounty throughout the growing season, as well as satisfaction gained from reconnecting to the land and enjoying a direct link to a fresh, healthy, local food source.

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Pooch Parlor Offers Mobile Grooming

It’s convenient and dogs stay happy and relaxed. Your dog isn’t thrilled about going to the groomer? Let the groomer come to your dog. April’s Pooch Parlor, a full-service mobile pet grooming salon, is now open, primping and pampering pets across Langlade County from an RV especially tricked out for the service. April Stein of White Lake opened the business this spring,…

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Happy Cows Seem to be Productive Cows

The key to turning your dairy cow into a cash cow is udder happiness by giving her a bigger stall, increase air circulation and provide some shelter to prevent overheating.

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Black Hawk Hill Open House on June 30 and July 1

Black Hawk Hill invites the public to an Open House on Friday, June 30, from 12 pm to 5 pm and Saturday, July 1, from 9 am to 4 pm at their facility at N1760 US Hway 45 S., Antigo.  The event is no charge and light refreshments and snacks will be served. The community…

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