|Mar. 26, 2020 -||City of Rhinelander Moves Polling Places - RHINELANDER, WI – Clerk Valerie Foley today announced changes in the City of Rhinelander’s polling places for the April 7 election due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
These polling places have changed:
◼ Oneida County Aging & Disability Resource Center, 100 W. Keenan St., Rhinelander, has been moved to Rhinelander High School gymnasium, 665 Coolidge Ave, Rhinelander.
◼ Oneida County Sheriff’s Department, 2000 E. Winnebago St., Rhinelander, has been moved to Rhinelander High School gymnasium, 665 Coolidge Ave, Rhinelander.
Even though the polling place will be open on election day, Clerk Foley urged voters in the City of Rhinelander to avoid polling places and vote absentee by mail instead, if possible.
an find their polling place online at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/FindMyPollingPlace.
|Feb. 19, 2020 -||Council begins process of TIF incentive for ABX expansion - Rhinelander Common Council began the approval process to provide a $600,000 incentive from TIF (tax increment financing) district #6. The incentive will help ABX with an expansion project that is expected to significantly increase their business.|
|Jan. 22, 2020 -||Rhinelander City Council takes another step toward ABX deal - The Rhinelander Common Council took another step earlier this month toward helping local plastics company Advanced Barrier Extrusions (ABX) with a planned $15 million dollar expansion project.|
|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.|
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|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.
|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.|