Abbotsford, at the junction of Highways 29 and 13, is home to over 160 businesses and industries which provide a wide variety of services and employment opportunities. The school district offers a well balanced curriculum with modern classrooms and technical facilities.
The Town of Fremont is located west of Marshfield, WI. The area is home to many local dairy producers, several business establishments and the village of Chili, WI.
Over 100 years ago, Ambrose Steinwand opened a new cheese factory one mile south and one mile west of Colby. The event of a new cheese factory was not unusual, for it was built in a strong dairy area. What would make this factory stand apart from the others was the development of a dairy product that became the only natural cheese native to the United States.
Curtiss is located on the Yellowstone Trail. Conveniently located half way between Wausau and Eau Claire along State Highway 29. The Village has a population of just a little over 300 residents. We may be small, but we have business, industry and much to offer in our area.
The Village of Dorchester is located in Clark & Marathon Counties in beautiful central Wisconsin. With a population of just 875, Dorchester is a quintessential small town -- but one which offers easy access to an abundance of amenities and opportunities found in larger cities!
The Village of Granton rests among long stretches of rich farmland and is nestled along the banks of O’Neill Creek. This buzzing little community sits along U.S. Hwy 10 just west of Neillsville.
One of Clark Counties compact towns, offering many accommodations such gas stations, hardware store, post office, park, museum, salons, pubs & eateries, multiple churches, banks and much more!
One of Clark Counties great towns, offering gas stations, an auction house, dance studio, fitness center, hardware store, bank, post office, salons, pubs & restaurants, a bakery, multiple churches and much more!
Located in West Central Wisconsin at the intersection of U.S. State Hwy 10 and State Hwy 73 is a bustling community with deep character and rich history. Bordered by the Black River and surrounded by rolling wooded hills, the city provides amenities often reserved for larger communities, yet maintains the appeal of a rural lifestyle.
The City of Owen is located on Highway 29 in the heart of central Wisconsin. We love our quality of life and there are so many outdoor things to do. Golfing, camping, fishing and much more!
Strategically located halfway between Green Bay and Minneapolis & St. Paul, along Highway 29 in west central Wisconsin, Stanley is a warm-hearted community of 3,378 and straddles Chippewa and Clark Counties.
Thorp is a loving community built on family values, neighborhood relationships, and mutual respect that happens to be one of the best places to live in Wisconsin. We boast quaint downtown shops, thriving manufacturing businesses, scenic countryside views, beautiful parks, joyful local events, and of course, our welcoming and loving residents.
Unity began in 1872 with the coming of railroad and lumbering, but today the community's economy rests heavily upon agriculture. It was lumber that brought D. J. Spaulding here in 1873, a year aŌer the Wisconsin Central Railroad (now the Soo Line) came into the area.
The Village of Withee was founded in 1870, and named after a school teacher from Maine, W.H. Withee. It was incorporated as a village in 1901. The Soo Railroad brought in booming business to the area, developing into the principal shipping point for D.J. Spaulding Mills. Withee retains all its small town charm with a friendly population of 555 people.