Polaris is booming. The Medina-based powersports giant has climbed to new heights in recent years through acquisitions and the wild success of new vehicle lines. Most of the technical brains behind the products driving the company’s surge punch the clock at Polaris’ product development center in Wyoming.
Amber Knudson (left) and Abby Leach, students of Wyoming sixth-grade teacher Kayti Bjorklund, receive STEPS camp scholarships from Polaris engineers. For submitting the winning essays to the contest, sponsored by Polaris Industries in Wyoming, the girls will attend a one-week introduction to science, technology and engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Stout in Menomonie this [...]
At its Jan. 9 meeting, the Wyoming City Council approved the purchase of a Caterpillar 942K loader for the public works department.
Polaris is expanding its facility in Wyoming, and as a result of council action taken on Thursday, it now will have help from the Minnesota Investment Fund as well as benefits from the remaining years of the Minnesota JOBZ program and the city tax abatement program established earlier this year.
Polaris Industries Inc. broke ground in Wyoming Friday on an expansion of the company’s product development center that is expected to lead to the creation of approximately 275 jobs. “Opening the Wyoming facility seven years ago reinforced Polaris’ dedication to leading through innovation,” said Scott Wine, Polaris CEO. “Continuously improving our technology, and incorporating those [...]