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Chemical manufacturer MilliporeSigma will expand in Sheboygan Falls

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Posted by Rick Romell, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on 1 September 2017

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Plymouth: Cheese Capital of the World

Sargento Foods Inc. is one of the largest retail cheese companies in the U.S., according to Wikipedia. Barbara Gannon, Sargento’s vice president of corporate communications, says the company has the No. 1-selling brand of sliced natural cheese. An earlier ad campaign was based on “persnickety” cheese people — the company headquarters address is 1 Persnickety Place in Plymouth. However, the ad campaign now refers to “real cheese people,” capitalizing on the fact that Sargento’s products are all real cheese. About 1,000 workers are employed in Plymouth.

Posted by Harley Bucholz on 22 August 2017

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City eyes land buys in Wilson for industrial park expansion

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SHEBOYGAN - The city’s Common Council is taking steps toward purchasing nearly 90 acres of land in the Town of Wilson — at a roughly $2.41 million cost — to make way for a proposed future industrial park expansion.

Posted by McLean Bennett, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin on 8 August 2017

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Kohler Company to build Clearings subdivision

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Posted by MY SHEBOYGAN STAFF on 1 August 2017

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More condos? Sheboygan-area market is ripe, report says

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SHEBOYGAN - Sheboygan needs more condos.

Posted by McLean Bennett - Sheboygan Press on 19 July 2017

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Director: Business Center expansion critical to city's growth


Posted by Chad Pelishek, For USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin on 12 July 2017

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Half of $1.6 million in training grants coming to region

trainingThe latest round of Wisconsin Fast Forward grants from the state Department of Workforce Development will go towards training nearly 1,300 workers across 43 companies statewide.

Posted by Arthur Thomas - BizTimes on 6 July 2017

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Median home prices in state continue to rise as inventory remains tight

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Median home prices in Wisconsin continue to rise as tight inventory has made it a seller’s market in some parts of the state.

Posted by Corrinne Hess on 26 June 2017

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