Flowers from the Heart on Fifth will soon move from leased space at 817 Fifth Ave. to purchased space at 819 Fifth Ave.
Antigo welcomes the first new business in 2021. Little Wolf Express Lube is open at 1436 Neva Road, right across from the south entrance to the fairgrounds.
Gilbert’s Sentry has always been Antigo’s “Goldilocks store.” Antigo’s “Goldilocks store.” From the day Lee and Janis Gilbert arrived in Antigo, through the shift to the “new building” in 1976 and, now under the Gilbert’s Sentry moniker, the store has always been just right, giving patrons what they want and need on Antigo’s famous “south…
Antigo supported two local florists for decades. Now, it has the opportunity to do it again. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Antigo Floral and Flowers From the Heart on Fifth have opened their doors in Antigo’s downtown area.
Antigo Goodwill store and other local businesses are working to end roadblocks to employment for students with barriers by teaching them basic skills that employers need.
The former Red Robin Transit name has been replaced by the new Langlade County Public Transit (LCPT) name and logo. The Red Robin logo is gone and is being replaced by a green-and-white tree logo and color scheme.
Skarlupka Manufacturing is enjoying improved working conditions and energy savings after making major lighting upgrades at its shop.
A new grocery option is now part of Antigo’s downtown revival. Kim Woyak is now serving customers at Savers Food Mart, located at 735 Fifth Ave., in the heart of downtown. It’s known technically as a “salvage grocery store.”
Pam and Robert Frei will hold a grand opening of Wild Epitome at the downtown winery and gift shop from noon to 4 p.m. The store is located at 816 Fifth Ave. the former Cutting Edge.
The Antigo Veterinary Clinic is putting the finishing touches on preparations for the grand opening of its newly remodeled facility on Saturday, November 16, 2019. The celebratory event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the clinic located at 610 Amron Avenue in Antigo.
One of the area’s long-established rural stores has been sold and is assured to continue to be a busy element in eastern Langlade County life and commerce. The store, located along Highway 64 in downtown Elton, has been in the Borucki family since 1977, and after two generations it has been sold to Rich and Trina Trepanier, who are taking over today.
Antigo School District 5th graders and high school forestry and environmental science students recently had the opportunity to visit a logging site to learn about forestry and the forest products industry. The day was hosted by the Steve Marshall family with support from Wisconsin DNR, Langlade County Economic Development and members of the forest products industry….