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Madison is flourishing while Marinette is dying

wins Top 10 awards for this, and Top 10 rankings for that, but a lot of places have bike trails, lakes, and universities.

Madison, contrary to those "20 square miles surrounded by reality" putdowns, also is a good place to earn a living. The entrepreneurial spirit is alive. High-tech business growth is well documented, and non-technology businesses (if there really is such a thing) have a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Boucher 08/28/06


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