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November 27
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protections: Don't let charity grinches steal your holiday goodwill
· Festival Foods: To open newest Eau Claire location Friday, Dec. 1
· Harameter: Madison Area psychologist’s wearable meditation device named “Top 200” technology
· UW-Madison: New certificate brings humanities into health care studies
· UW-Madison: Study uses “bio-panning” to find human antibodies for brain cancer stem cells
· Waukesha County Department of Parks and Land Use: Special one-day electronics and appliance recycling events
· WEA Trust: Kyle Humphrey named VP of Sales & Marketing
· Welcomemat Services of Greater Milwaukee: launches to support regional small business
· Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce: New survey shows Wisconsinites opposed to discrimination of LGBT individuals
November 23
· UW-Madison: More precise gene editing
November 22
· Cooperative Network: Geiger, Krambeer and Toelle receive cooperative top honor
· Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: Weekly Enrollment Snapshot: Week Three
· Department of Workforce Development: Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released
· Gov. Walker: Kwik Trip expansion plans unveiled, 300 new jobs expected in La Crosse area over the next five years
· Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation: Affirms Oshkosh commitment with global headquarters announcement
· NFIB: Reminds consumer to shop small this Saturday
· Road America: Dan Ariens joins Road America Board of Directors
· Security Health Plan: Welcomes Robert Steiner, M.D. as Medical Director
· St. Croix County: October unemployment rate at 2.5%
· TDS Telecommunications LLC: Signs agreement to purchase Merrimac Communications in Merrimac, Wis.
· UW-Madison: Health access program bridges micro-finance, health for Uganda's poor
· UW-Madison: Icebound detector reveals how ghostly neutrinos are stopped cold
· Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions: Lending up 6.6% at state-chartered banks
· Wisconsin Technology Council: Explore myths, realities of family wealth
November 21
· Allstate: Madison nonprofit leader earns Allstate Foundation Scholarship
· BrightStar: Co-founder inducted into the Wisconsin Investor Hall of Fame
· Edgewood College: Named to Military Times Best: Colleges 2018
· Faith Technologies: CEO, engineering team leader named to The Daily Reporter’s 2017 Newsmakers of the Year list
· Hy-Vee: Announce first full-service restaurant at Mall of America
· MGE Shareholders for Clean Energy: Find MGE's goals inadequate
· Milwaukee County Transit System: JobLines ridership numbers reach record high
· New North: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to kick off 2017 New North Summit
· Northwestern Mutual: Provides $225,000 in grants to local nonprofits
· Renew Wisconsin: 'Solar for Good' grant program far exceeds expectations, seeks additional supporters to help Wisconsin nonprofit organizations 'go solar'
· St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care: Offering free help with health insurance

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