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APPLETON- U.S. Oil acquires Indianapolis terminal
US Oil, the petroleum and renewable energy distribution division of US Venture Inc., has acquired a refined products terminal in Indianapolis, Indiana. The new terminal adds 410,000 barrels of capacity and expands US Oil's existing distribution network to 21 terminals in North America.

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MARSHFIELD- Marshfield Clinic moves up plans for hospital
Marshfield Clinic announced on Tuesday that it will open a hospital in Marshfield next year, offering the latest evidence yet that competition in the healthcare market is heating up in central Wisconsin.

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OSHKOSH- City could absorb laid off Best Buy workers
Best Buy announced Monday it will close its Fond du Lac location, while its store in Oshkosh will remain open and may absorb displaced employees.

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DE PERE- Festival plans new De Pere headquarters
A proposed new Festival Foods corporate headquarters on Lawrence Drive will receive tax incremental financing under a development agreement being negotiated with city officials.

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GREEN BAY- Packer trio replaces Rodgers as Associated Bank spokesmen
Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Davante Adams have agreed to work with the bank in fan and customer engagement activities, marketing projects and community initiatives.

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LA CROSSE- UW President visits La Crosse to talk future of the university system
Ray Cross was in La Crosse on Tuesday to host two listening sessions on the future of the system. UW-L hosted the sessions, one on health care and wellness, and a second session focused on the future of the system in general.

Fourteen sessions in total will be held in coming months at campuses across the state, with the responses being collected and analyzed as part of long-term strategic planning.
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MADISON- Controversial UW-Madison flu research yields new vaccine model
A controversial technique to create flu viruses, now effectively banned, led to the discovery of a flu vaccine model that could be more reliable than today’s main method using chicken eggs, according to a study by UW-Madison scientist Yoshihiro Kawaoka.

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OSHKOSH- Riverwalk plans progress
About a month after crews completed the next phase of the multi-phase project, city leaders are forging ahead with the next portion of the project.

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MADISON- Internet company to offer free 4G services to Madison businesses
Madison internet service provider and technology company, 5Nines, will soon extend its 4G network to businesses, community centers and non-profits in Madison — for free.

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STEVENS POINT- County reviews possible transit changes
Portage County will renew its efforts to improve public transportation this week through a possible partnership with the city of Stevens Point. The city and county operate separate transit services, and the two might join together to improve the system for all of their users.

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MADISON- Wisconsin ranks 12th for percentage with multiple jobs
After five years of decreasing or holding steady, the percentage of Wisconsin employed people who work at more than one job ticked up a notch in 2014.

Wisconsin ranked 12th in the country with a 6.7 percent multiple-jobholding rate last year, according to data published this month by the Bureau of Labor Services. That's up from 6.3 percent in 2014, an increase that was not outside the margin of error.

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MENASHA- High School completes $30 million facelift in time for classes to begin
After months of construction, Menasha High School students, teachers and staff get the building all to themselves Tuesday. The $30 million expansion and renovation was completed in three phases, with contractors opening sections of the building while simultaneously closing others for renovation.

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MADISON- Budget concerns delay construction of Madison Public Market
A much-anticipated public market planned for the city's East Side next year will be delayed until 2021, Mayor Paul Soglin said, blaming the rising cost of city borrowing.

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STURGEON BAY- Property preservation proposals receive positive feedback
No decisions were made pertaining to presentations about the future of Sturgeon Bay’s west waterfront Granary property, but three proposals to preserve the existing structure and redevelop the space received a lot of positive attention from the community members in attendance.

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GREEN BAY- Gas prices plummet
The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in Green Bay plummeted 22 cents in the last week to $2.58.

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