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In western Wisconsin, the innovation economy is growing

Prescott, Wis. - The winding roads and hilly terrain outside this small community on the Wisconsin side of the Mississippi River suggest agriculture or tourism, not high technology. But if a visitor follows directions carefully, what appears to be a wrong turn reveals a surprising destination.

Full article >>> rcent to 74,339 - and it is expected to soar over 80,000 by 2010. Per capita income grew by 18 percent between 1997 and 2002 and has continued to surge beyond the statewide average.

By most measures, it is the fastest-growing county in Wisconsin - a fact that is both a matter of pride and of consternation as the community grapples with the inevitable growing pains.

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Full article >>> ucation and industry, and a commitment to innovation are reasons why this region is prospering. It is an example from which other communities may learn.

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