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October 28
· Kolbe: Wins 2010 Green Product Award for Windquest Series Energy Performance windows
· Lawrence University: Named best value among Wisconsin private colleges by Kiplinger’s
· New North: Manitowoc, Fond du Lac among top 15 small cities in which to raise a family
· Pangaea Partners: Sells its ownership stake in Zambian stock broker
· Quarles & Brady: Grebe appointed to Managed Health Services Board
· Reconnecting America: Commends Obama administration high-speed and inter-city passenger rail grants
· Regal Ware: Food, funds raised for local food pantries as part of Regal Ware’s “Celebration of a Century”
· U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Additional 31 employers and unions in Wisconsin will receive help providing health coverage to early retirees and their families
· UW-Madison: Law school teams with Asian universities to award executive master's degrees
· UW-Stevens Point: Campus ATMs go surcharge-free
· Vibrant Graphics: Welcomes new employee
· Walworth County Economic Development Alliance: Federal Reserve economist to give economic outlook for 2011
· Wisconsin Public Service Corp.: Good progress expected -- improved weather conditions will help WPS in power restoration efforts
· Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association: Tricks and treats - avoiding pet Halloween hazards
October 27
· Accelerate Madison: Features CEOs from organizations thriving in a down economy
· Allrite Home and Remodeling: Wins 2010 Better Business Torch Award for business ethics and integrity
· Dairy Business Association: Update on DBA state Assembly endorsements
 – Letter to Bernard Schaber
· Dept. of Workforce Development: September local jobs data, employment rates announced
· Faith Technologies: Launches new blog
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $32.5 million in funding for transportation enhancement and bicycle and pedestrian projects
· Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce: November 4 Eggs & Issues program asks “What’s Next For The Overture?”
· Holiday Folk Fair International: Special events and exhibits showcased at Holiday Folk Fair International
· maurices: Public voting begins for maurices “Small Town Sound” nationwide band search
· PSC: Names two broadband regional planning teams
· Quarles & Brady: Welcomes public finance attorney
· RedPrairie: Store Forecast solution orchestrates product and people for planning of labor and inventory
· UW-Eau Claire: Computer science students create Election Tracker for WPR
· UW-Madison: Earns an "A" for sustainability efforts
· UW-Milwaukee: ‘Seven Languages in Seven Weeks’ next CTI topic
· Working Mother Magazine: Honors working mothers of the year
October 26
· Berghammer Construction Corp.: Renovates auto showrooms and façade for Concours Motors
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $20 million in support for Bucyrus expansion
· Growth Energy: USDA report finds ethanol has economic benefits for American families
· Integrys Energy Group: WPS customer advice for anticipated electric power outages
· Madison Ballet: Holiday market is far from your typical shopping experience

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