Wisconsin Rapids

Wisconsin Rapids,

city (1990 pop. 18,245), seat of Wood co., central Wis., on the Wisconsin River; inc. 1869. Paper, heating equipment, and steel castings are produced. Dairy farms, agriculture, and a large cranberry industry also contribute to the city's economy. Two towns on the river there, Grand Rapids (east bank) and Centralia (west bank), were consolidated in 1900, and the name was changed in 1920 to Wisconsin Rapids.
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Rauth; Jerry Hilliard, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; and Harold Kaufman.
Corenso Holdings America produced net sales of approximately USD 75m in 2018 and operates a 108,000-ton per year uncoated recycled paperboard mill in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., as well as two core converting facilities in Wisconsin Rapids and Richmond, Va., which combined employ approximately 175 associates.
Corenso Holdings produced net sales of approximately $75M in 2018 and operates a 108,000-ton per year uncoated recycled paperboard mill in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, as well as two core converting facilities in Wisconsin Rapids and Richmond, Virginia, which combined employ approximately 175 associates.
The Director of State Courts Office is accepting applications for court-interpreter training in June in Wisconsin Rapids.
Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Championship, Wisconsin Rapids, July 18-21
He then placed the baby in the car and drove to the hospital, (https://www.wisconsinrapidstribune.com/story/news/2019/04/10/marshfield-hospital-newborn-found-bag-milladore-couple-charged/3422800002/) the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune reported.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROJECT: The new YMCA is being built at the site of the former Rapids Mall in Wisconsin Rapids. The new building will have a three-court gymnasium; an aquatic center with more than one pool, swimming lanes, a lazy river and a splash pad; exercise studios with lounge areas; a childcare area; a teaching kitchen; a gathering space; an elevated indoor track for walking and jogging; and a sports field for football and soccer.
When Kris Cahak of Wisconsin Rapids, Wise, stood up in February to bravely tell the story of her daughter's suicide, she might have been one small-town mother sharing her grief.
Clark started his career at Michigan's Iron River Reporter in 1973 and has been publisher of the Delta Democrat Times in Greenville, Miss., and papers in Wisconsin, including the Steven's Point Journal and the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune.
The $94 million, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.-based Members' Advantage Credit Union announced it will begin offering members remote deposit capture and plans to deploy the Duluth, Ga.-based VSoft Corp.'s OnView Mobile Deposit.
Officers are President Steve Verrette of Gillett Cement Products; Vice President Bob Wells of County Materials Corp., Marathon; and, Secretary/Treasurer John Thomas of Wisconsin Valley Concrete Products, Wisconsin Rapids.

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