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Over 30 years ago, Melanie Styczynski began her journey in the healthcare field at Howard Chiropractic Clinic with the goal of helping people. She started as a receptionist and, motivated by her desire to contribute meaningfully to directly aid patients, she obtained her certification as a chiropractic technician. Under the guidance of Dr. Dennis King, Melanie Styczynski celebrates 30 years of dedication in the healthcare industry

Get ready to experience a whole new level of excitement and stress relief at “The UnSafe Space” located at 2331 Velp Avenue in Howard. This innovative entertainment hub promises an unparalleled experience for individuals, groups, and teams looking to blow off steam, celebrate special occasions, and engage in thrilling activities. “The UnSafe Space” is not The Unsafe Space — The ultimate alternative entertainment destination

The Howard-Suamico Business and Professional Association and the Howard-Suamico School District are partnering once again to host the annual Bay Port Job Fair on April 25th, 2024.   Bay Port Job Fair Details Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024 Time: 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Location: Bay Port High School gym Register/Sign up: CLICK HERE   Bay Port Job Fair

The Howard-Suamico Business and Professional Association is on a mission to support career and college focused educational opportunities for our area students. Through the proceeds from this year’s Casino Night fundraiser sponsored by Kimps Ace Hardware, the HSBPA will continue to support that mission. Join the HSBPA on Wednesday, March 13th at The Duck Blind HSBPA’s Casino Night event supports educational opportunities for students

The Green Bay Packers and UScellular have announced the winner of the Leap for Learning program, awarding a $20,000 technology makeover to improve STEM education. King Elementary School, located in Green Bay, was surprised with the donation, as well as a visit from Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon. “We’re proud to join UScellular UScellular and Packers announce winner of ‘Leap for Learning’ program

Tycore Built of Howard, Wisconsin today announced that the firm has been selected by the City of Waupaca to build and design the River North Residential Housing Development. The new residential subdivision building project will provide new, quality workforce housing for both current and future residents. On February 6, 2024, the city entered into a Tycore Built to construct housing development in Waupaca

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