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Black Earth Meats' owner still optimistic about the future

Black Earth Meats' owner still optimistic about the future

Bartlett Durand has been through a lot in the past year. In July, his slaughterhouse business, Black Earth Meats, was forced to close after the Village of Black Earth deemed it a “public nuisance” and the two sides were unable to reach an agreement. Later, a Kickstarter campaign that Durand hoped would allow him to buy back his equipment failed to reach its goal of $225,000. Still, the co-owner of Black Earth Meats remains optimistic about the future.

Sun Prairie video series aims to undo manufacturing’s ‘dirty’ reputation

Sun Prairie video series aims to undo manufacturing’s ‘dirty’ reputation

The manufacturing sector has a lingering image problem, and it’s preventing many local businesses from putting their best foot forward. Manufacturers’ ongoing dilemma is simple: Before they can attract the next generation of workers, they need to clear the air — and that involves letting people know that the atmosphere inside their facilities is not choked with the clouds of soot, dirt, and coal dust that many high school graduates imagine when choosing a career path.

Praliné Dream: Oregon couple keeps candy tradition alive

Praliné Dream: Oregon couple keeps candy tradition alive

Surrounded by kettles of melting chocolate and delectable aromas that could make even Willy Wonka swoon, Dan and Elizabeth Donoghue are building a dream. The new owners of The Chocolate Caper at 105 S. Main St. in Oregon have taken up the Swiss praliné-making trade in a well-established business they’ve owned for less than six months.

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Brightside Skincare aims to be natural choice

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Kerri Johanning of Brightside Skincare. Johanning worked on developing her products for almost a year, including consulting with the American Cancer Society to provide a healthy, natural skin-care line.

On the Job: Alt.Kilt

Madison-based kilt maker Regina Davan shares how she makes her custom kilts, which she sells to customers around the world.

Dane County's 3-D printing pioneer

IBTV kicks off its partnership with Madison Noteworthy with this exciting feature on Midwest Prototyping, a local company that's on the cutting edge of 3-D printing services.

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