Photos & Videos

Photos & Videos

Take a visual tour of the Tribune. You can scroll through construction photos, building renderings from Concordia, general photos of the building before construction in 2015, photos from our public meetings, and historic photos from the building’s original construction and operation. Further below, you'll find a few videos that will help get you up to speed.

Exterior and Interior Building Renderings

Exterior river view

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Construction Photos through December 2015

Findorff erects the fence around the building's perimeter.

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General Building Photos

First floor circular space

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Public Meetings

October 2013 Meeting

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Historic Photos


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People. Planet. Prosperity.
They’re all represented in the Tribune Building. In April, residents met to learn about sustainability plans for the Tribune Building. They also discussed the importance of sustainability in the south Wood County area.


Tribune Update
In this update, meet Jenny Harms, who’s developing entrepreneurial training and coaching programs for the Tribune. You’ll also learn about upcoming opportunities to get involved in the building, and we’ll see the building in its present and future states.


Art in Action
Through an ArtPlace America grant, see artists’ work take shape as they engage residents to integrate art in the Tribune Building.


Resident-Led Design Unveiled
The Tribune’s design is deeply rooted in south Wood County’s community and reflects residents’ input on what’s in the building, how it looks and how these spaces interact. The building emphasizes connectivity between program spaces and the surrounding Downtown Riverfront District of Wisconsin Rapids.


Environmental Sustainability
Learn about the importance of integrating environmental sustainability into the Tribune as well as the positive impact it will have on our community’s future.


Together, We’re Making This Change
From the beginning, the Tribune was about more than the building. We hear from Joel Kuehnhold who shares the impact each person can have on this project and this community.


Describe the Tribune in One Word
Tribune participants shared a variety of responses to this thoughtful question. Our “reporter”, Incourage’s own Rick Merdan, was there to capture their answers.


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    As a successful business owner and community volunteer, Diana Buss is working to make positive change for – and with – others. Read More >

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    Through participation in the Tribune meetings, Dr. Missy Skurzewski-Servant has witnessed the power of collaboration among community members to develop an idea into reality. Read More >

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    "To make positive improvements in your community you can’t sit on the sidelines; you need to be an active participant," shared Joe & Guadalupe Ancel. Read More >

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    “When I was younger I couldn't wait to move away, but since moving back almost six years ago, I can't imagine being anywhere else,” Zach Coleman shared. Read More >

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    “There is the old saying ‘it takes a village’. If everyone would become engaged in something they may be passionate about or interested in, they would see the potential and the growth,” Tammy & Sarah Salewski share. Read More >

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    Joel Kuehnhold has learned how to engage people in developing a sense of pride, ownership, and resilience while making major change in our community. Read More >

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    Leaving Tribune meetings, Layne Cozzolino felt ready to conquer any obstacle. Read More >

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    As a 30-year resident of the Wisconsin Rapids area, one of Kim Kosik's greatest hopes for our community is for vibrancy to return to the downtown. Read More >

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    People and relationships have inspired Ethan and Val Tonn to become involved with the Tribune project and the community. Read More >

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    Through his engagement in the Tribune, Ben Joosten realized the deep connection that can be made when multiple generations work together. Read More >

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    From the beginning of the Tribune Building Project, Lois Cantin saw an exciting opportunity to think differently. Read More >

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