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16Sep

SENTRYWORLD SPORTS CENTER FACILITY TO UNDERGO EXTENSIVE RENOVATION

By Kathy Marks

STEVENS POINT – Sentry Insurance announced today that the SentryWorld’s sports center facility will undergo extensive renovation beginning immediately. The organization’s goal is to re-open the facility in conjunction with (continued).

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11Sep

Five-Axis Milling Precision for Large Customized Parts

By Kathy Marks

In an era in which most companies have fewer resources and even less time to get their products and services to market, Marten Machining helps companies grow. How? By solving (continued).

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04Sep

UW-Stevens Point Science Facility Moves Forward

By Portage County Business Council

A new science center at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point took a big step forward this month. Architects and engineers have been invited to submit letters of interest for the (continued).

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14Aug

Marten Machining Creates Customized Replicas of Historic UWSP Old Main Cupola

By Kathy Marks

Old Main is the signature building on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP) — and the beacon atop that recognizable and beloved building is a cupola topped (continued).

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12Jun

Eckmann named to economic development post at UW-Stevens Point

By Portage County Business Council

The economic development director for the Marathon County Development Corporation has been named the special assistant to the chancellor for economic development at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. David Eckmann (continued).

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22Mar

State Building Commission approves $75 million for UW-Stevens Point science facility

By Portage County Business Council

The State Building Commission approved a $75 million request Thursday to construct a new science center at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The governor’s capital budget for 2013-2015 recommended the (continued).

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13Feb

Delta Dental Invests in Biotechnologies That May Change Oral Health

By Portage County Business Council

Someday we may be able to prevent cavities by simply rinsing our mouth with a solution that kills the bacteria that cause cavities — and if that happens, we’ll have (continued).

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