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August 20
· Sweet Water: How to improve regional water quality and reduce stormwater runoff to be focus of “Clean Rivers, Clean Lake Conference” Sept. 15
· UW-Madison: Renewed partnership keeps $60 million satellite center in Madison
· UW-River Falls: Announces the location of its Hudson Center
· Volunteers for Agriculture: Endorse Scott Walker for Wisconsin’s next governor
· WS Packaging Group: Names new CEO
August 19
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Approves the sale of 1,253 acres of trust lands to the U.S. Forest Service and loans totalling $5.2 million
· Core BTS: Level 5 Motorsports and Microsoft Office 2010 -- fast friends
· Dane County, UW Extension: Announce hiring of new extension director
· Dean Media Group: Marketing with video & search engine optimization
· Dept. of Workforce Development: July unemployment, jobs numbers announced
· Fed Ex Ground: Wausau small business honored with FedEx Ground regional entrepreneur award
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $57,229 in dairy plant investment tax credits for Lactalis American Group
· Gov. Doyle: Announces 62,000 acres of farmland to be designated Agricultural Enterprise Area
· Main Street Ingredients: Expands branded ingredients group
· UW-Madison College of Engineering: Celebrating 11 years of Camp Badger
· UW-Madison: Long collaboration with sewer district helps city, university
· UW-Stevens Point: School of Education announces new collaborative program
· Wired Wisconsin: New study shows more consumers “cutting the cord”
· Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters: New Academy Evenings series in the Fox Cities examines pathways to healthy aging
· Wisconsin Credit Union League: Citizens support making more business credit available at no cost to taxpayers
· Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation: Fall harvest weight limits begin Sept. 1
· WMEP, Wis. Department of Commerce: ExporTech offers expertise, resources to help manufacturers grow exports
August 18
· ActionCOACH of Elm Grove: Adds executive coaching to its suite of services
· American Speed Association: Marshfield drivers welcome the challenge of the ASAMT
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Governor Doyle announces additional assistance for more dislocated workers at JL French Automotive Castings, Sheboygan
· Esterline Control Systems: AVISTA reappraised at CMMI Level 5
· Forward Janesville: Coalition applauds progress on i-39/90 expansion
· Gov. Doyle: Announces details of 8th annual ‘Up North’ tour
· Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors: Metro home sales in $200K - $400K range
· Milwaukee Press Club: Newsmaker luncheon to feature Feingold
· New North: UW-Oshkosh one of nation’s greenest colleges
· Quincy Bioscience: Launches animal health division
· St. Croix EDC: 2010 Synergy Conference will address global, regional economic issues
· Texture: Court declares city of Milwaukee licensing procedures in violation of law and Texture remains open due to restraining order
· U.S. Sen. Feingold: Announces stimulus funds for broadband expansion in Wisconsin

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