Beaver Dam

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Beaver Dam,

city (1990 pop. 14,196), Dodge co., SE Wis., on Beaver Dam Lake, in a productive farm and dairy area; inc. 1856. Industries included food processing, metal and metal products fabrication, printing, and machinery manufacturing.
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Estimates are that the dam is about 100 feet long and between 7 and 15 feet deep, which, as beaver dams go, isn't all that large, Mr.
The Janesville Gazette noted that United Cooperative of Beaver Dam expects to begin construction of the new facility in August or September.
WPT started operations in Beaver Dam in 2008 with 15 employees.
The flooding occurred when a beaver dam atop Coy Hill gave way.
In a nutshell, "De Shootinest Gent'man" is a story about a great shooter, Harold Money (love that last name), and his experience with Beaver Dam's aged black guide, Horace, shooting out of the Handwerker blind on Beaver Dam.
In addition to its needlepunching operations, ANC has a resin bonded facility in Beaver Dam, KY.
Members of Mid-County Cooperative, Shawano, Wis., and Pulaski Chase Cooperative, Pulaski, Wis., have voted in favor of mergers with wholly-owned subsidiaries of Beaver Dam, Wis.-based United Cooperative.
CUTLINE: (PHOTO) Beaver dam activity is seen off East Brookfield Road in North Brookfield, near the East Brookfield line.
A beaver dam near Adams Road, combined with the substantial rain from two recent tropical storms, has closed that road, leaving selectmen with the task of dealing with the beaver dam.