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January 9
· Milwaukee Press Club: City of Milwaukee celebrates 163rd birthday
· Overture Center: Leader praises action plan for arts and creativity in education
· Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance: Yet another study shows ethanol was not responsible for rising food costs
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: Credit unions may help automakers add billions in sales, put 4 million new cars on the road
January 8
· AT&T: One year after enactment of statewide video bill, AT&T U-Verse creates jobs, benefits consumers
· Inacom Information Systems: Takes top awards
· Medical College of Wisconsin: Steve Cullen Healthy Heart Run/Walk on Valentine's Day to benefit research at Cardiovascular Center
· Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin: Statement regarding the federal government's rejection of Kenosha casino application
· Overture Center: Statement of CEO Tom Carto regarding Overture Development Corporation debt restructuring proposal
· Pacific Retirement Services, Inc.: Capitol Lakes launches staff e-learning system by Silverchair Learning
· RedPrairie Corp.: RedPrairie percentage revenue growth named highest among top 10 vendors by leading independent advisory firm
· Ruffin’ It Resort: DOGA -- Yoga for you and your dog
· Stateline World Trade Association: Event regarding Export Trade Compliance issues
· SWIB: Historic market decline has significant impact on WRS
· TDS: Praises President‐elect Obama’s call to expand broadband access across America
· Top Line Growth: Achieving growth in a struggling economy
· UW-Eau Claire: Princeton Review names UW-Eau Claire one of top 100 'best value' public universities in nation
· UW-Rock County: Teach a College for Kids course
· Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek: Brian D. Anderson joins Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek
· Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: Nomination last call for the Wisconsin Academy's 2009 Fellows Program
· Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance: Biodiesel basics #19 -- biodiesel used to fuel airplane flight
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: Opening of Credit Union House signifies a strong need for credit unions statewide
· Wisconsin Medical Society: Insurance coverage main complaint among medically underserved
· Wisconsin Public Service Corp.: Colder December meant higher heating bills this year for Wisconsin Public Service customers
· Wisconsin Public Service Corp.: Deadline fast approaching for Wisconsin Public Service Foundation scholarships
· Wisconsin State Telecommunications Association: WSTA Newsletter
January 7
· Atlas Signs and Plaques: Metal Facades launches sign division
· Axley Brynelson: Announces one attorney voted to firm partnership
· Dairy Business Association: Dairy producer panel to highlight the DBA Expansion Symposium
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: Wisconsin horses quaratined, will be tested after exposure to reproductive disease
· Dept. of Commerce: Applications now available for community-based economic development funding
· Dept. of Commerce: Governor Doyle announces $250,000 technology loan to Renewegy, LLC in Winnebago County
· Dept. of Commerce: Governor Doyle announces funding for Cashton Farm Supply, Ltd.
· Dept. of Commerce: Governor Doyle announces Industrial Revenue Bond allocation in Brown County
· Dept. of Commerce: Registration information for WEN Annual Meeting

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