Students are beginning to use portions of the new Elcho School, and plans are on track for the final basketball game of the season to be played in the sparkling and expansive gymnasium. Earl Doc Smith of EDS Builders, the construction manager for the $18 million building and renovation project, reported today that work is…
Federal agriculture services have returned to Antigo. The new Farm Service Agency office is located at the northeast corner of Third Avenue and Superior Street.
The City of Antigo has been awarded a DNR Urban Forestry Grant. Part of the grant includes funding for public education and outreach. The below information is one of nine articles that will be published regarding urban forestry for the City of Antigo as well as forestry for Langlade County.
New estimates from the USDA give us an indication of what counties produced the most winter wheat and oat crops during the past growing season. The agency says Manitowoc County was the largest winter wheat producing county in Wisconsin in 2017 with about 787,000 bushels. Dand and Fond du Lac were second and third this…
Northcentral Technical College of Wausau is the second-highest ranked online community college in the United States and represents the best in Wisconsin, according to an Internet-based college rating service.
Grow North is proud to announce Doris McAllister has been named Executive Director of Grow North Regional Economic Development Corporation.
Sure, there have been some anxious years for the owners of Canopy Gardens, but for the Langlade County family business, being in the red just means walking into the greenhouse
Brent and Jackie Hipke, who own and operate Heartbreaker’s in Antigo, has purchased The Wild Wolf Inn and will be changing the name to Crab and Jack’s.
Dr. Earl Roth has returned to his hometown of Antigo with his newly-established In Balance Chiropractic and is ready to serve his local patients.
A service station on the south side of Antigo, which has been idled for decades and had become a spot of blight in an improving neighborhood, came tumbling down Monday.
Schroeder Brothers hosted visitors in September from Marathon County’s Partnership for Progressive Agriculture to learn more about the process of growing seed potatoes.
The new front entrance of the Elcho school is taking shape, adding emphasis to an ongoing $18 million project that will almost totally remake the footprint of the complex. Under the direction of Earl Doc Smith of EDS Builders, crews from a variety of trades have been working at a snappy pace on the building,…