|Apr. 11, 2019 -||KerberRose Brings Electronic Recycling Event to Rhinelander - Rhinelander, WI – Locally owned KerberRose Certified Public Accountants will host Recycle Fest in partnership with Norsec Computer Recyclers LLC on May 17th from 10am to 2pm. The event will be held at the KerberRose Rhinelander location at 1860 North Stevens Street.|
|Mar. 28, 2019 -||Governor Evers approves $135,000 for project to improve Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport - Governor Tony Evers approved funding for engineering services needed to renovate the Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport terminal building and purchase airport safety equipment.|
|Feb. 28, 2019 -||Delta Announces Additional Summer Flights At Rhinelander - Even more flights are becoming available for passengers at the Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport, nearly filling out the entire summer with three flights a day.|
|Feb. 27, 2019 -||Mayor Frederickson declares February 27 Rhinelander Boys Swim Team Day - The Mayor of Rhinelander, Chris Frederickson, proclaimed February 27 as the Rhinelander Boys Swim Team day Wednesday.|
|Jan. 17, 2019 -||Oneida County Board Hears Update About Petco-Drs. Foster & Smith - A report to the Oneida County Board Tuesday detailed the layoff at the Petco facility and what actions are being taken to help alleviate the loss of 289 jobs announced last week.|
|Nov. 27, 2018 -||Additional Seasonal Delta Connection Flights Announced - RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport Commission and SkyWest Airlines announce an additional seasonal Delta Connection flight from Rhinelander to Minneapolis beginning June 14, 2019.|
|Nov. 15, 2018 -||Rhinelander Community Foundation donates $13,000 for holiday lights - RHINELANDER - Downtown Rhinelander will be a little brighter this holiday season.|
|Nov. 13, 2018 -||Roundabout To Have Impact On Speed On Kemp St. - The state Department of Transportation is constructing a roundabout next year at the main intersection on Rhinelander's west side where highways 47 and 8 merge.|
|Sept. 14, 2018 -||Guild Says He Will Spend Time Listening To Rhinelander Residents|
|Sept. 7, 2018 -||Free entrepreneurship workshop in Rhinelander Sept. 11|
|Aug. 28, 2018 -||Mining Education to Begin in Oneida County|
|Aug. 1, 2018 -||State Agencies Present Housing, Econ. Development Options In Northwoods - Leaders of Northwoods business, non-profits, government and other agencies met at Rhinelander City Hall Wednesday to learn about improving housing and economic opportunities in the region.|
|July 10, 2018 -||Leadership Oneida County invites community members to apply for 2018-2019 program year - The Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce and Oneida County UW-Extension are excited to accept applications for the 2018-2019 class of Leadership Oneida County.|
|July 3, 2018 -||Business Booms for Local Minocqua Bookstore That Replaced Book World - In October of last year, Book World announced that it was closing all 45 of its stores, 20 of which were located in Wisconsin, including locations in Rhinelander, Eagle River, and Minocqua.|
|June 21, 2018 -||Lauren Sackett named chamber director - The Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee has announced that chamber event and program coordinator Lauren Sackett has been named Executive Director at the chamber. Lauren was promoted following Maggie Steffen’s resignation last week.|
|June 21, 2018 -||New mining ordinance, referendum passed - The Oneida County board discussion lasted more than five hours Tuesday, but in the end the board approved a rewrite of the county mining ordinance which had been on the books since 1989. The document brings the county code into alignment with Wisconsin Act 134 passed in 2017, which removed the metallic mining moratorium in Wisconsin.|
|June 1, 2018 -||The Nicolet College Foundation recently awarded its 2018 Friends and Partners Award to Superior Diesel of Rhinelander. - The Nicolet College Foundation recently awarded its 2018 Friends and Partners Award to Superior Diesel of Rhinelander.|
|Mar. 29, 2018 -||Johnson Joins Oneida County Economic Development Corporation - Stacey Johnson of Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin has been named the new Executive Director of the Oneida County Economic Development Corporation (OCEDC). Johnson brings to the position a wealth of experience and expertise from a diverse financial career spanning more than two decades.|
|Nov. 1, 2017 -||Broadband Committee hosts PSC Commissioner to highlight Oneida County successes in grant-funded internet projects - RHINELANDER - A walk down a gravel driveway and up a leaf-covered path in the Town of Crescent led Lon Roberts to one of Oneida County's prized projects.|
|Sept. 28, 2017 -||OCEDC Needs Your Support - We need your collaboration and support….
Oneida County Economic Development Corporation (OCEDC) is a private non-profit corporation that depends, in part, on financial contributions from private companies like yours who support economic development growth in Oneida County. The involvement of these partners helps shape the future of this area. Our public partners recognize that successful economic development efforts require a broad participation and investment from the community in the form of an organized public/private partnership.
|Sept. 24, 2017 -||Audit says Oneida County running in strong position - Oneida County auditors have once again wrapped up their annual tasks, and once again they report the county to be in strong financial position as a new budget year approaches.|
|May 15, 2017 -||Two FAB LAB Students Travel to Wheeling, IL to accept delivery of First 50 Products - Thursday May 11 was a big day for two Three Lakes students. Accompanied by Roger Luce, Executive Director of Oneida County Economic Development Corporation, we traveled to Wheeling, IL, to accept delivery of their first 50 products from Absolute Turn.|
|Apr. 28, 2017 -||Three Lakes High School students turn a class project into a business using fab lab - RHINELANDER - Childhood friends are no business partners thanks to a class project.
Three students used their Three Lakes Fab Lab to make a septic tank screen hose, which helps stops clogs.
|Jan. 26, 2017 -||Grow North provides 2017 update - Grow North Economic Development Corporation focuses on creating economic development opportunities to improve the vitality of Oneida, Vilas, Forest, Lincoln, Langlade, Oconto, Florence, and Marinette counties. Areas of focus include workforce development, with efforts to attract, retain, and promote a pipeline of skilled workers to the region. Initiatives include engaging K-12 students by providing manufacturing and other business tours, FAB Lab / Maker Space opportunities, promoting forestry, logging, and wood products careers, and collaborating with businesses to offer apprenticeship opportunities.|
|June 2, 2016 -||More Telephone Scams Hitting Northwoods Businesses - Another week, another telephone scam has hit the Northwoods. This time officials at Wisconsin Public Service say scammers are upping the pressure to get you to pay a bill you don't owe.|
|Aug. 9, 2014 -||Printpack officials to hold grand opening for new Rhinelander facility - More than two years after it announced plans to reinvest in its Rhinelander operations by building a new state-of-the-art production facility on Wisconsin Highway 17, Printpack is ready to show off its new home.|