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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Chelle Guthrie took over as owner of Studio 715 in January.
Anna Gayford/Lakeland Times Chelle Guthrie took over as owner of Studio 715 in January.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 7:28 AM
Walking into Studio 715 in downtown Minocqua, there were music, smiles, and a group of about 20 people doing cross-training early on a Tuesday morning. Each person looked happy to be there, participating with each other in the intense work-out led by the instructor.  (subscriber access)
  • ‘Open by late summer’
    It’s been some time since anyone has heard the latest on a Tractor Supply location in Minocqua, but as the new year begins, plans to build the store are moving forward.
  • The Hurley Area Chamber of Commerce and Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NWRPC) are hosting an information session for area businesses and those interested in learning more about the NWRPC and the loan programs they offer.  
  • Holiday returns aren’t easy. Stores are not legally required to accept exchanges or give refunds unless the merchandise was defective or misrepresented. 
  • Lake of the Torches Casino, LDF BDC donate
$4,000 to promote economic vitality in Vilas County
    Lake of the Torches Resort Casino and the Lac du Flambeau Business Development Corporation presented the Vilas County Economic Development Corporation (VCEDC) with a total of $4,000 in donations that will assist in promoting a vibrant business environment throughout Vilas County.
  • The Boulder Junction Economic Development/Connect Communities Committee invites business owners, employees, or anyone interested in expanding their business knowledge to attend the Build Your Boulder Business: Lunch & Learn to be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the Boulder Junction Community Center beginning at noon. This month’s session is “Build and Nurture Your Customer Relationships with Email and Social Media,” presented by Kim Swisher, owner of Kim Swisher Communications.
  • Minocqua Wood Products ribbon cutting
    The Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at Minocqua Wood Products. Pictured representing Minocqua Wood Products are Dean Olson, Ryan Glembin and Nick Rempert. Also pictured are MACC executive director Krystal Westfahl, Chamber ambassadors Vickie Abraham and Michelle Black, and MACC board member Jerry Bybee. 

     
  • Building a family legacy
    For Josh Mackay, business is all about family — that’s why decided to call his new tattoo shop in Minocqua Family Tradition Tattoo. (subscriber access)
  • The Studio 715 community
    Walking into Studio 715 in downtown Minocqua, there were music, smiles, and a group of about 20 people doing cross-training early on a Tuesday morning. Each person looked happy to be there, participating with each other in the intense work-out led by the instructor.  (subscriber access)
  • Cozy Cottage features handcrafted wood work
    Cozy Cottage in Boulder Junction opened its doors for the first time in May 2018 by owner Misty Knox.
  • Ridgetop Restorations celebrates 25 years
    Twenty-five years ago, Mark Albertus started Ridgetop Restorations in Lac du Flambeau as a part- time business in his two-car garage. Over the years it has grown into a full-time operation with two buildings totalling 7,600 square feet. 

    Ridgetop Restorations performs full ground up restorations on vintage automobiles and motorcycles. Ridgetop is nationally recognized for its museum-quality work. (Subscriber Access)
  • Waupaca Foundry, a Hitachi Metals company, is expanding operations into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and will open a new facility to process iron castings produced at its Waupaca plants. The foundry plans to locate a facility in Ironwood, Mich., with an investment of $4.3 million and create 61 new jobs. Waupaca Foundry employs 4,500 team members at seven locations throughout the United States. 
  • River Valley Bank and
IncredibleBank appoints Sukup as senior vice president
    River Valley Bank and IncredibleBank? has appointed Carrie Sukup as senior vice president-controller.
  • Ken’s Old Tyme Barber Shop joins ‘small town America’ in Bessemer
    Ken Billings is the “new kid on the block, trying to bring back barbering to the UP (Upper Peninsula of Michigan),” he observed in the first weeks of being open at his new business, “Ken’s Old Tyme Barber Shop” on West Lead Street in Bessemer, Mich.  (subscriber access)
  • Downtown Bessemer welcomes From the Woods Family Thrift Store
    Bessemer, Mich., shoppers and tourists have a new downtown area option when it comes to clothing, household items, furniture, books and more: From the Woods Family Thrift Shop. (subscriber access)
  • Home Slice Pizza now open in Mercer
    Growing up in Winchester, Eric Behnke exhibited a unique entrepreneurial spirit early on. There was the summer that, instead of selling lemonade, he sold bird feeders on the side of the road. Or the light bulb moment he had while mowing his parent’s lawn to turn the back 40-acre parcel into a driving range.  (subscriber access)
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