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Chippewa Falls,

city (1990 pop. 12,727), seat of Chippewa co., W central Wis., on the Chippewa River; settled 1837, inc. as a city 1869. Originally a lumbering town, Chippewa Falls once had the world's largest sawmill. It remains a trade and processing center in a cattle-raising region. Foam and paper products, wood and coal furnaces, supercomputers, and shoes are manufactured. Nearby Wissota State Park includes Lake Wissota (created 1917), Wisconsin's largest reservoir.
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In the interview that follows, we talk with Jake Leinenkugel, fifth-generation president of the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
Its been known colloquially as Leinie's since the brewery was set up in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, in 1867, sir.
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin This Wisconsin brewery blends tradition with innovation to create a fascinating tour where travelers learn about five generations of the Leinenkugel family history while they're guided through the bottling factory.
In some areas, demand for alternatives is indeed growing, according to Patrick Bischel, president of Northern Crossarm Company of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, a pressure-treated wood producer.
Back on the night of December 4, 2005, Joel and Carol Berg of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, were awakened by an aerosol can exploding.
Besides writing a national history of the GAR, McConnell utilizes the records and membership roles of three individual lodges--a prosperous post from Philadelphia; a post composed primarily of shoe workers from Brockton, Massachusetts; and a post from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
Under current VP of engineering Steve Oberlin, Cray will continue with the co-development with SGI of a next-generation ccNUMA products, while the Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin and Eagan, Minnesota plants will be responsible for the Cray T90, and the new SV1, SV2 and T3E.
The buildings in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin were constructed in the 1980's and expanded in 1995.
The original factory, along with its workforce of five boot makers, was located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin USA, reports it has made an innovation in flat extrusion-die systems that makes it possible to multiply key functional layers in cast film and sheet, "substantially improving properties without increasing either overall thickness or raw material content.
Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC (EDI), Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin USA, has announced that it now provides rework services "to make a used blown film die as good as new.

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