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23Oct

Bringing Advanced Metals Manufacturing Back to the U.S. — and Portage County

By Portage County Business Council

According to Dave Worth, President/CEO of the Worth Company, imported goods have long presented a challenge to American manufacturers in all industries. What varies, notes Worth, is the country producing (continued).

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13Sep

UW-Stevens Point in top ten of Midwestern public universities

By Portage County Business Council

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is again ranked as one of the best public universities in the Midwest according to the U.S. News and World Report. The magazine’s 2013 rankings (continued).

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10Sep

2011 Portage County Arts & Culture Non-Profit Organizations Economic Impact

By Portage County Business Council

The below information was voluntarily provided to the Arts Alliance of Portage County by participating Portage County non-profit organizations. This information is compiled annually to quantify the economic value of (continued).

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04Sep

Marshfield Clinic to Start Work on New Stevens Point Facility

By Portage County Business Council

Construction of the new Marshfield Clinic facility in Stevens Point will start in September. A groundbreaking ceremony kicking off construction will be at 10 a.m. on Sept. 10 at the (continued).

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19Jul

Biofuels patent issued to UW-Stevens Point researchers

By Portage County Business Council

A patent that opens the door for the creation of biofuels from abundantly available plant fiber has been issued to researchers at the Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Technology (WIST) at (continued).

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03Jul

GIS Technology Examines UWSP Student Transportation

By Portage County Business Council

According to Gene Miller, in the U.S., “We are blind to how we use energy. We don’t know what it means to live lean. Our culture isn’t oriented to being (continued).

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27Jun

Central Wisconsin Identified as Site for Medical College Campus

By Portage County Business Council

Central Wisconsin has been identified by the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) as one of two sites statewide for the development of a medical school campus. The second site is (continued).

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