Fisher Barton hosted Watertown Mayor Emily McFarland recently to discuss partnering with her and the city of Watertown to drive economic growth.

Watertown Mayor Emily McFarland met recently with, from left, Fisher Barton’s CEO Scott Hoffman, and Production Lead Todd Schroeder, human res…

Recently IRA expert Ed Slott (www.irahelp.com) pointed out the advantages of Roth conversions in light of President Biden’s tax proposals. I’l…

JEFFERSON — PremierBank has welcomed Tom Evensen to its Jefferson office as vice president, commercial lender.

GO Riteway Watertown terminal staff members were recognized for 1,000 days with no incidents. Many of the drivers have 1,000 days, but not the…

Crown of Life Christian Academy has chosen MSI General for the design and construction of a new 23,000 square-foot K-8 school in Fort Atkinson…

Financial journalist William Green has written a great book, “Richer, Wiser, Happier: How the World’s Greatest Investors Win in Markets and Li…

OCONOMOWOC — McShane Construction Company has been selected by repeat client, Mandel Group to provide general construction services for Hackne…

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In a recent column, I wrote about my frustration after filing my federal tax return for 2019 on paper. Even though I filed it in April 2020, b…

The Watertown Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for new member Top Notch Awards. Top Notch Awards is a family owned business in Watert…

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Seeking Alpha (seekingalpha.com), a well-respected publisher of finance-related content, recently published posted an enlightening article tit…

BEAVER DAM — A Drive Thru Job Fair will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. May 5 at the Dodge County Fairgrounds on State Higheway 33 east of Beaver Dam.



WASHINGTON — The U.S. Travel Association is voicing strong support for the PPP Extension Act of 2021, a bipartisan and bicameral bill that wou…

The meat industry has been consolidating for decades, and 80% or more of meat is slaughtered by just a few companies, whose operations were cr…