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U.S. infrastructure in bad shape

Washington - America's infrastructure is full of cracks, leaks and holes and is getting worse, according to an analysis by civil engineers that gives the nation's transportation, water and energy systems an overall grade of D-plus.

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Productivity gain exceeds expectations

Washington - The productivity of U.S. companies in the second quarter posted the biggest gain in a year as businesses produced more with fewer workers. New claims for unemployment benefits climbed last week to the highest level since the middle of July.

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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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WE ENERGIES PLAN

The Kenosha County Board on Tuesday night rejected a resolution opposing We Energies' plans to build three new coal-fired plants in Oak Creek, saying it should be up to Milwaukee and Racine counties where the facilities will be built.

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KEEP IN TOUCH

It might seem strange in this era of electronic bidding, but there was a time when road builders traveled from across the state to Madison for the industry's monthly bid letting.

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It's academic

A flurry of construction work in the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus area greets students as they return this week to start fall classes.

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MEASURING SUCCESS

There will be two ways to measure the success of the University of Wisconsin football team's first home game this weekend.<@SM>The first is obvious: The Badgers want to beat the University of Akron before the home crowd and improve the team's season mark

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