Archive for the ‘Portage County Living’ Category

19Feb

The Energy Fair

By Portage County Business Council

MREA has announced that the 2021 Energy Fair will be cancelled. But they will be bringing people together for an in-person celebration of MREA Members on Junes 26th! With the (continued).

Read More
19Feb

New Year, New You… Round Two!

Just about everyone can relate to making a New Year’s resolution to lose weight or eat healthier. But by the middle of February, up to 80 percent of us have left our resolutions by the wayside. The key to success with weight loss is knowing that your lifestyle has to change and focusing your energy on the positive that comes with that.

Read More
15Feb

Winter Weather Water Damage – Burst Pipes

See the following steps to prevent bursting pipes or to act quickly if it should occur in your home or business.

Read More
10Feb

USGA Announces SentryWorld as Host Site of 2023 U.S. Senior Open Championship

State of Wisconsin will host its second U.S. Senior Open and first since 2007 LIBERTY CORNER, N.J. (Feb. 10, 2021) – The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced SentryWorld, (continued).

Read More
05Feb

February Digital Magazine

By Portage County Business Council

In this month’s issue of the Active Voice we are Seeking Award Nominations for the Entrepreneur of the Year, Portage County Charitable Community Award, Young Professional of the Year and (continued).

Read More
05Feb

Keep your family safe with these cold weather tips

From WPS – Wisconsin Public Service:  With bitter cold temperatures forecast this weekend, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) is encouraging customers to take some simple steps to keep safe and warm. (continued).

Read More
03Feb

What are Your Chances of Widowhood?

While there are aspects of widowed life that we can not fathom, financially, there are steps we can take to prepare. We all know it’s important to check beneficiary designations and have wills or trusts and financial documents in order, I’ve found other nuances that, when discussed and thought through in advance, can make the financial aspects of widowhood go smoother.

Read More
28Jan

Unintended Consequences of COVID: Early Retirement

Some people are great at socking away money for their futures and those are the ones who have set themselves up for greater flexibility should the unexpected happen. How can you set yourself up so that, should you need a  plan B, you have flexibility? 

Read More
26Jan

Winter Safety Tips for Caregivers Supporting Someone Living with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

The winter weather conditions can be a challenge for those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The Alzheimer’s Association Wisconsin Chapter offers some safety tips for caregivers navigating the winter season.

Read More
20Jan

Employers in Early 2021: Review, Revise and Communicate FFCRA Leave and Vaccine Policies

Although there will likely be many changes to employment and labor law rules and regulations in 2021, the more immediate concern for Wisconsin employers is to review and, if necessary, revise their COVID-19 leave and vaccine polices and communicate their policies to employees as soon as possible.

Read More