Iowa IT service management company, Involta, recently announced the acquisition of a 24.5-acre site, including an existing data center, at W6149 Old Highway Road in the village of Harrison.
A bill in the state legislature — Assembly Bill No. 210 — would allow Indigenous students to wear Tribal regalia — defined in the bill as “a Tribe’s traditional dress or recognized objects of religious or cultural significance, including tribal symbols, beads and feathers” — during their graduation ceremony in Wisconsin schools.
Travel Wisconsin offers Wisconsinites an interactive map detailing the status of fall color across Wisconsin as the leaves progress from green to yellow, orange and red.
The Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance recently announced two new Climate Smart Agriculture Projects, both of which are designed to help farmers navigate sustainable agriculture practices.
A coalition formed from business organizations in northeast Wisconsin, Housing NOW aims to work towards addressing the area’s housing shortage through their public education campaign, “Say Yes to Housing!”
The NEW Master Gardeners are all about “the love of gardening, the will to learn and the want to give back,” according to current President Kate Fix.
Incarcerated students from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) walked across the stage and earned their college diplomas in a ceremony held Aug. 10.
Continued from last week: “The majority of the tribes came with us to Wisconsin,” said former general manager/strategist, Bill Gollnick.
A bicentennial celebration was held July 25-29 to commemorate a time long ago when the Oneida Nation came to the area to create a new homeland.
As generational cycles occur, negative patterns and traits are known to transfer through multiple generations via learned behavior, family dynamics and environment.