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Kwik Trip, State Farm: Team up to distribute nearly 20,000 gallons of milk

La Crosse, WI (June 23, 2021)—In celebration of dairy month, State Farm agents in Wisconsin are teaming up with Kwik Trip to...

The Wisconsin Bankers Foundation: Presents Samuel Will with 2021 spring scholarship

MADISON – The Wisconsin Bankers Foundation is pleased to announce that Samuel Will is one of four Wisconsin students who has been selected...

UW-Green Bay: ReallyBIGPRINTS is back; Manitowoc Campus will host the art event, July 14-17

Manitowoc, Wis.—Really BIGPRINTS! is a unique event that features artists from across the country joining together to create limited edition of relief...

Dept. of Workforce Development: Adopts NICE CXone, a cloud-based contact center platform

MADISON –Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary-designee Amy Pechacek today announced that as part of its effort to modernize the Unemployment Insurance...

Dept. of Workforce Development: May local employment and unemployment data released

MADISON – The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) today released the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates of unemployment and employment...

Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protections: Organic Cost Share Application Period Open

MADISON – Organic food producers and processors have until October 31, 2021 to apply for reimbursement of costs related to organic certification...

UW-Madison: Veterinary Medicine Professor Ruthanne Chun receives 2021 LaMarr Billups Community-University Engagement Award

Ruthanne Chun, clinical professor of oncology in the UW School of Veterinary Medicine, has been named the winner of this year's LaMarr...

Near West Side Partners: Walk-in community vaccination clinics open in the Near West Side

MILWAUKEE -- Local nonprofits Near West Side Partners, Neighborhood House of Milwaukee and City on a Hill have teamed up to enable...

UW-Madison study connects lower crop diversity with declining bee populations

A recent study from UW-Madison researchers draws a connection between declining crop diversity and dwindling bumble bee populations in the Midwest. 
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