Gov. Scott Walker has proclaimed this Forest Products Week, a time to recognize the people who work in and care for forests, the businesses that create forest products and the many ways forest products contribute to our lives. Forest products are an economic driver in Langlade County and across the northwoods, and this is the week to celebrate them.
Randy Reese of Over Dere Ventures LLC opened the doors of the long-vacant entertainment venue this morning for the start of cleaning and renovations, hours after the Antigo Common Council approved his purchase of the property.
Book, Bauble, & Blessings in Antigo had their Spooktacular Grand Opening Saturday, October 20.
Antigo High School forest science students listen to a presentation during Thursday’s Logging Educational Days held at Camp Susan. Area foresters, loggers and forest products industry representatives discussed sustainable forestry, tree identification, and timber production and harvesting. The Steve Marshall family took time out of their schedule to show us their logging equipment and talked…
The Amron Corporation is inviting the entire community to pay a visit to the Amron Avenue plant Saturday and help it and its parent companies, AMTEC and National Presto, celebrate the firm’s fifth decade in Antigo. The open house runs from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m
State FFA officers, including a rare representative from Antigo High school, got an up-close-and-personal look at some of Langlade County’s key industries this week. The visit by the state officers was arranged by Mitchell Schroepfer, an alumnus of the Antigo High School FFA who is now serving at the state level. He brought the team…
Langlade County’s highway commissioner, Brian Braun, was upbeat today about progress on the new facilities under construction at the complex on Arctic Street. He is predicting that the storage and other facilities included in the project will be completed before the hard realities of winter move into the region.
The slow-motion demolition of the old Elcho elementary school is picking up steam this week.
Progress is literally flying ahead on the new clinic at Raptor Education Group Inc., the internationally-known bird rehabilitation center located just southeast of Antigo.
Dr. Randy Stoecker, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor, will be in Antigo on Tuesday, September 18, 2018, presenting “Gaining and Maintaining Young Adults in Wisconsin,” which will review a recent study he and his colleagues conducted that identified key community qualities that attract bright, young adults to communities in Wisconsin.
Grand opening celebration for The Evergreen Shoppe, located within the former Evergreen Inn complex of buildings at the corner of Highway 64 and P between Elton and White Lake, will be held on Friday, August 31, 2018.
Raptor Education Group Inc., commonly known by its acronym REGI, will construct a new clinic to serve its 800 to 900 injured and orphaned bird patients each year, including approximately 100 bald eagles and endangered species.