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TREVOR — Although you likely won’t see any rockets going up to space anytime soon in the Trevor, a small business there is still making their mark in space.

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MADISON —The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has received a number of recent reports about imposter phone scams, most notably those where the caller claims to be with the local utility or the Social Security Administration.

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The following local firms have secured federal contracts:

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BURLINGTON — UW-Extension is offering a program on March 20 in Burlington for local farmers planning and preparing for the future of their farm business in the context of current economic conditions.

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Magnum Media has named Kenosha native Stuart Wattles news director of radio stations WRJN and WVTY, following the retirements of former News Director Tom Karkow and reporter Janet Hoff last Sept. 28.

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WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue is encouraging taxpayers to review their tax withholding using the IRS Withholding Calculator and make any needed adjustments.

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If you are like many younger folks, you may not watch a lot of live TV any more — at least not synchronously. Mostly gone are the days where everyone sat and watched the 6 o’clock news or “The Wizard of Oz.”

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The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection’s industrial hemp program requires both growers and processors to obtain one-time licenses, and register each year that they intend to plant/process industrial hemp.

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Career fair slated at Herzing

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MADISON — Nearly 2,100 individuals and businesses have applied to grow or process industrial hemp in 2019, the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection reports, with more applications expected in the next week or so.

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Kitchen Cubes, a family-run company established by brothers Zach and Jake Molgaard and their father Dan, has grown to become a household name.

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The Kenosha News won eight statewide journalism awards in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s annual contest.

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Let’s be real: For millennials, having an emergency fund is way down on the financial worry list, behind student loan debt, medical bills or saving for a down payment.

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Bringing all the pieces of your financial life together, from budgeting to planning for retirement to saving for education to managing your taxes and insurance coverage, is a challenging and sometimes intimidating task.

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There was a special delivery recently at Aurora Medical Center, 10400 75th St.

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If you stand to inherit a property, such as a family home or vacation condo, the gift presents a critical financial decision: whether to sell, rent or keep the home.

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Perhaps your family has outgrown your home or you’re dreaming of a spacious master suite or gleaming new kitchen.

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MADISON — Telemarketing complaints are on the rise (4,860 complaints) and continue to top the annual list of consumer complaints collected by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.

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MADISON — Tax season comes as a relief for folks who rely on a return to pay down bills, make a major purchase or build a savings.

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A new children’s book, “Where Did the Sun Go?” has been recently released by Union Grove author Karen Franco.

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The following federal contracts were announced by federal agencies as having been awarded to local companies:

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MILWAUKEE — The Federal Trade Commission is warning people to be on the lookout for suspicious calls that claim to be from the Social Security Administration.

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Dooley & Associates 600 52nd. St., Kenosha is a regional marketing firm the provides services to businesses, municipalities and nonprofit organizations.

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