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Turning cobs into cash?

Posted: 07/17/2009 - One company plans to turn them into ethanol. The other wants to use them to produce fertilizer.

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Shelters crowd as rural and suburban homelessness increases

Updated: 07/16/2009 - Many think of homeless people as living on the streets of a busy city. But new data from the department of housing and urban development shows the biggest growth of the homeless population has happened in suburban and rural areas.

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Economy helping golfers get tee times

Updated: 07/15/2009 - The National Golf Foundation says many golf courses across the country are closing because of the bad economy, golfers in this area say they're teeing off more because of the deals and open times.

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New veterans benefits include housing stipend for students

Updated: 07/14/2009 - More young veterans are returning from their military service in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and more are choosing to attend college or technical schools after their tours of duty are over. Soon these student soldiers will get expanded benefits from the federal and state government.

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Car crashes into town hall building

Updated: 07/14/2009 - The Eau Claire County Sheriff's Department says a crash caused the car to spin around and hit the building

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Man cycling around U.S. stops in Chippewa Valley

Updated: 07/13/2009 - Imagine biking 100 miles a day for nearly 100 days straight. It's a feat one man is attempting to do as he circles the edge of the United States in support of ovarian cancer awareness.

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Long-time church organist turns 100

Updated: 07/12/2009 - For some people, 74 years is an entire lifetime. But for one woman in the small town of Exeland who turns 100 years old this week, it's simply the time she's spent as an organist at the same church.

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Two memorials unveiled to honor fallen sheriff's deputy

Updated: 07/11/2009 - Zunker was killed back in January of 2008 when he was struck by a driver on Highway 53 near Bloomer while re-directing traffic. But now, his family, friends and colleagues say it's not as important to remember how he died—It’s more important to remember how he lived.

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Police Officers Set to Learn Second Language

Updated: 07/07/2009 - Wayne Nehring says the language barrier has been a problem for his officers, but because of a new grant, they'll soon be able to hablo espanol.

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