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March 9
· 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 girls’ 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
· SeQuel Reponse: New hire will broaden reach of SeQuel Response's proven digital marketing strategies
· WEDC: Sheboygan, Manitowoc regions rank nationally for corporate facility projects in 2017
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.: Sheboygan, Manitowoc regions rank nationally for corporate facility projects in 2017
March 6
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Accepting proposals for up to $1.5 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward funds to prepare Wisconsin youth for nursing careers
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Wisconsin Business Closing & Mass Layoff (WARN) Notices: Foremost Farms USA & Senior Management Incorporated
· Exact Sciences: Mayo Clinic's Dr. Paul Limburg to join Exact Sciences medical leadership
· Gov. Walker: Visits Wisconsin employers in Oshkosh, Janesville that have expressed concern with President Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum
· Marshfield Clinic Health System: MCHS, Memorial Hospital sign letter of intent to acquire Neillsville hospital
· Rockline Industries: Unveils newly refreshed brand
· UW-Madison: Research team one step closer to learning how calorie restriction extends lifespan
March 5
· Keller, Inc.: To build for MCU Credit Union
· Knapp Chiropractic: Celebrates sixth anniversary at Brookfield, Wis. location
· Michael Best Strategies: Steel and aluminum trade action alert
· Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board: Job fair set for March 14
· ThedaCare: Becomes first hospital system in Wisconsin to earn national recognition for efforts aimed at reducing heart attacks and strokes
· U.S. Cellular: J.D. Power: U.S. Cellular ranks highest in network quality performance for the fourth time in a row
· U.S. Cellular: Winner's of U.S. Cellular's second annual black history month art competition announced
· UW-Madison: New outposts from Lands' End, Oshkosh Corp, reveal closer corporate relationships with UW-Madison
· UW-Stevens Point: Proposes adding, cutting programs to prepare for future
· Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality: To report oral health quality measures
· Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.: Onalaska receives $240,000 state economic development grant

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