Willmar

Willmar

(wĭl`mär), city (1990 pop. 17,531), seat of Kandiyohi co., central Minn.; settled 1856, inc. as a city 1901. It is a railroad division point and a shipping center for grain and livestock. The city also processes turkey and other foods and manufactures metal and wood products and machinery.
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Department of Transportation will provide $10 million for the Willmar Rail Connector and Industrial Access project in Willmar, Minn.
CINDY FIRKINS SMITH, MD, becomes president of Affiliated Community Medical Centers in Willmar, Minnesota, on Jan.
Brad Saeger, an agriculture business developer based in Willmar, Minn.
is now a dealer of AceTorwel products, a division of Ace Group LLC out of Willmar, Minnesota.
We've seen a decline in pound safes in the deli and we attribute that to a lack of loyalty from deli consumers," says Jen Ehresmann, director of marketing, at Willmar, Minn.
Willmar International, a freight-logistics company, has acquired almost 77 acres in Henry Township, Ohio, and plans to develop its operations there because it is close to a CSX rail terminal.
The quarry would be part of a 478-acre property that hosts nine species of rare and endangered plants, including ball cacti found nowhere else in Minnesota, the West Central Tribune of Willmar reported.
Willmar Schwabe Pharmaceuticals, producers of EGb 761, described the study as 'remarkable.
the City of Willmar wins NLC's Take 10 Challenge to see how many Census forms cities can get to be returned by mail.
Initially, the agency will provide brand advertising and market segmentation strategy for the RoGator, TerraGator, SpraCoupe and Willmar brands.
Willmar Schwabe Pharmaceuticals, has reached an agreement with North Castle Partners, LLC to acquire all outstanding shares of Enzymatic Therapy, Green Bay, WI, pending approval of other shareholders.
a Willmar, Minnesota based research and development company, received one of the world's most coveted and prestigious food ingredient awards.