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January 19
· Wisconsin FFA Foundation: Members receive $25,500 in supervised agricultural experience program grants
January 16
· Alliant Energy Foundation: Awards $10,000 grant to the Village of Cassville
· Cornerstone Business Services Inc.: Diversified Tool, Inc. sold to the Neumann Family
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: American Farmland Trust and state agriculture department announce next group of Working Lands Workshops
· Gov. Doyle: Announces Madison selected as cycling hub for Chicago’s 2016 Olympic bid
· Lt. Gov. Lawton: Green Entrepreneurship Series launched at UW-Madison
· MGE Energy: Declares regular dividend
· Milwaukee Connector Study: Transit study proceeds, public information meetings set
· Quarles & Brady names new Madison office managing partner
· UW-Madison: School of Business center, Design Concepts partner on 'Design Thinking for Business'
· Wild Rock Golf Club: Receives national recognitions
· Wisconsin Alliance of Cities: A focus on infrastructure and stimulus
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Farm Bureau urges members to keep atop of estate tax changes
· Wisconsin Local Officials for Green Jobs: Local leaders praise house stimulus bill that invests in jobs, farms, schools, local energy projects
· Wisconsin People & Ideas: New issue highlights women in tech, Wisconsin nonprofits that work, and the resurrection of Curiousity Cabinets in Milwaukee
January 15
· Cyclotron Products: Returns to Racine
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Richland Center orchard recalls sliced apples; may be contaminated with listeria bacteria
· Dept. of Commerce: Make Mine a Million $ Business RACE
· Dept. of Transportation: WisDOT seeks public comment on transportation plan
· Top Line Growth: “Naked Selling” sales training offered by Top Line Growth
· UW-Madison: Cellartis, WARF sign license agreement for human embryonic stem cells
· UW-Madison: Global health certificate programs celebrates first graduates, welcomes new students
· UW-Madison: Large-scale nuclear materials study shapes national collaborations
· UW-Stout: Students organize 30th annual DECA conference
January 14
· ActionCOACH of Elm Grove: Announces Tom and Jim Palzewicz receive “Coach of the Year” and “Mentor of the Year” recognition for 2008
· Cornucopia Institute: USDA secretary nominee causes dustup in organic industry
· Dahl Automotive: Excited to offer Hyundai Assurance Program
· Dept. of Health Services: Hospital assessment proposal unveiled
· Focus on Energy: Wins national award for renewable energy program
· Godfrey & Kahn: Elects four new shareholders
· Milwaukee 9to5: 9to5 intervenes to stand with the city in defending paid sick days
· MMAC & Qqest Software Systems: Teaming up to help Milwaukee employers comply with new sick leave ordinance
· UW-Madison: Common soil mineral degrades the nearly indestructible prion
· UW-Madison: Nations that sow food crops for biofuels may reap less than previously thought
· Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce: Opposes mandatory sick leave

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