State government normally takes place at the capital in Madison, but Thursday the capital was brought to Chippewa and Dunn counties.
It was part of Gov. Doyle's capital for the day.
Doyle spent the day traveling the counties meeting people from the area and hearing their concerns.
One stop was in Boyceville where Doyle toured the new ethanol plant being built called Wisconsin's Renewable Energy Co-op.
Doyle also made stops in Menomonie and Chippewa Falls.
Members of Doyle's Cabinet also toured the region.