JEFFERSON COUNTY
St. Coletta promotes Behncke to president

St. Coletta of Wisconsin, headquartered in Jefferson, has promoted Ted Behncke to president, according to an announcement made on Wednesday.
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  KENOSHA COUNTY
ASYST Technologies named Kenosha County business of the year

Kenosha-based ASYST Technologies LLC was selected as the 2015 Business of the Year for the 2015 Kenosha County Business Excellence Awards, the Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce announced.
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  MILWAUKEE COUNTY
  OZAUKEE COUNTY
Workforce Development Center hosting Washington/Ozaukee job fair

The Workforce Development Center will host a Washington/Ozaukee Job Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 5, from noon to 3 p.m. at Washington County Fair Park & Conference Center, 3000 Hwy PV in West Bend.
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  RACINE COUNTY
OAK CREEK- Power plant coal pile to double in size

The state Department of Natural Resources this week approved a permit for We Energies to expand the size of the pile from 750,000 tons of coal to 1.5 million tons.
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  SHEBOYGAN COUNTY
SHEBOYGAN- Craft Distilling movement arrives in Sheboygan

Grant Van Driest was a fledgling winemaker when he decided to try his hand crafting his preferred drink, vodka, from scratch.
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  WALWORTH COUNTY
  WASHINGTON COUNTY
Allcast undergoing $14 million expansion in Washington County

Allcast LLC, a custom aluminum die-casting manufacturer, is undertaking a $14 million expansion of its facility in Washington County—a project expected to create 88 new jobs.
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  WAUKESHA COUNTY
United Way campaign goal ticks up to $60M

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County on Tuesday revealed a $60 million goal for its community campaign – the first campaign the organization will embark upon since it merged two United Way branches earlier this year.
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  OTHER COUNTIES
MADISON- American Family doubles support at UW-Madison

American Family Insurance is doubling the amount of money it spends on advertising and donations at UW-Madison, pledging $4 million annually to the university for the next 10 years.
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