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March 14
· Edgewood College: Hosts interfaith celebration
· Greater Milwaukee Foundation: Kristen Mekemson named VP of Development and Philanthropic Services at Greater Milwaukee Foundation
· Mount Mary: Announce 'Nursing 1-2-1' program to address regional need for bachelorís prepared nurses
· Quarles & Brady: Public Finance Practice ranked No. 1 in Wisconsin, No. 2 in the Midwest for bond deal volumes
· US Cellular: Names Frank Bartalone Area Sales Manager for Madison
· UW Health: UW study destroys myth that motorcycle helmets break necks
· UW School of Public Health: New rankings show healthiest and least healthy counties in Wisconsin
March 13
· Marshfield Clinic Health System, Security Health Plan: Investing $300,000 in ABCs for Healthy Communities grants
· SBA: Administrator to honor Dynamic Recycling as Wisconsinís top small business
· WISTAX: Wisconsin's fiscal health improving
March 12
· Dept. of Workforce Development: BLS data: Wisconsin a Top-10 state in rate of job gains in January
· Festival Foods: Partners with Reis Fund to restock Manitowoc area food pantries
· Gov. Scott Walker: Highlights success of tourism industry at Governor's Conference on Tourism
· Independent Living Inc.: UW Marching Band marches for meals
· National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum: First curling bobblehead, featuring Matt Hamilton, unveiled
· Northwestern Mutual Study: Americans are spending more but planning less for caregiving
· Pierce Engineers: Announces three promotions at Madison office
· Wisconsin Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin adds 8,000 private sector jobs, 2,000 manufacturing jobs over the month
March 9
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: CWD-positive deer found on Washington County farm
· DWD: Workforce Development Dislocated Worker Services Summary
· Michael Best: Wisconsin legislature advances bill easing state wetland permitting requirements
· UW Madison: Kids with easy access to firearms are more likely to be depressed
· Wisconsin Hospitals: Leading the Way toward safer patient care
March 8
· Dept. of Workforce Development: BLS data: Under Gov. Walker, Wisconsin adds private sector jobs for 27th straight quarter on year over year basis
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin Business Closing & Mass Layoff (WARN) Notice: Alkar-RapidPak
· Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau: Announces three sales team promotions
· Laughlin Constable: Named creative agency of record for Yuengling
· Maydm: Receives donation for girlsí robot program
· Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business Administration: Regulatory reform input sought from Southern Wisconsin small businesses
· WEDC: Recognized for excellence in financial reporting
· Wisconsin Hospital Association: Wisconsin hospitals leading the way toward safer patient care
March 7
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Up to $3 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grants available to train, certify teachers for dual enrollment programs
· Foxconn: Reiterates commitment to environmental sustainability
· Marquette University: lead in the water, health impacts and policy solutions of Milwaukee's lead crisis
· Milwaukee County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb: Proposes bus route to link 1,300 workers to Foxconn

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