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Report: Tax collections less than projected

Madison - Wisconsin tax collections narrowly missed projections for the year that ended June 30, delaying the possibility of further cuts in state spending and services a month after the governor signed a bill to fix a $3.2 billion shortfall, officials sa

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WPS to create 1,200 new jobs

Madison - WPS Health Insurance will create 1,200 new jobs in Wisconsin after <@SM><@SM>winning five-year contracts to help administer more than $10 billion in <@SM><@SM>benefits and services for military personnel and their families, the company <@SM><@SM

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Construction spending rises

Washington - Spending on construction ventures around the country increased in July to the highest level seen since the beginning of the year, a promising sign for the economy's anticipated second-half rebound.

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Celebrating the construction professional

On Labor Day, we celebrate the American worker. One industry that represents the expertise and diligence of the American worker in a powerful way is the U.S. construction industry. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this nation employs some

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Walk this way

The Redmond Company, Waukesha, is proud to have supported the Arthritis Foundation in its recent run/walk to Irish Fest on Aug. 16.

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