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            [description] => Eau Claire was established at the confluence of the Eau Claire and Chippewa rivers as three separate settlements, and quickly grew as a lumber town. Today, the Eau Claire area celebrates and preserves its history while thriving as a vibrant small city. Natural beauty can be found on our lakes, rivers, parks, and trails (including the Yellowstone Trail). Creativity and innovation run rampant, producing everything from Silver Spring Foods – the world’s largest grower and producer of horseradish - to Grammy Award-winning musician Bon Iver!
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Eau Claire, a small vibrant city nestled in the natural beauty of the Midwest that, celebrates their rich history and thrives on creativity and innovation. 

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Voted fourth Best American Riverfront on USA Today's 10Best.com Dubuque’s waterfront is overflowing with things to do and the main attraction is the Mississippi River.

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During this same period manufacturing has grown to be the area’s largest sector, employing over 20% of the area’s workforce. Greater Burlington is home to many domestic and international companies. In 2016 and 2017, Greater Burlington was ranked by "Site Selection Magazine" as #1 on the Mississippi River for economic development deal flow. 2017 marked the 5th year in a row, Greater Burlington was recognized as a Top Metropolitan community also by Site Selection Magazine. Greater Burlington’s success is a direct result of its combination of river, road, and rail infrastructure. 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Currently, our community is a regional hub for American and internationally owned corporations. American owned corporations produce wild bird seed, wet corn milling, gypsum wallboard, radiators, ethanol, aluminum food containers, fishing/pontoon boats and agricultural chemicals. While internationally owned companies from France, United Kingdom, South Korea, Germany and New Zealand produce gypsum products, pet foods, animal feed, and animal health products. The rich soil keeps agriculture a major industry for the region with the county’s farming community selling more than $353 million in agricultural products each year. 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Located in the Des Moines River Valley, Fort Dodge attractions provide a wide variety of outdoor, cultural and sports opportunities.

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Yankton is a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts, with a plethora of recreational activities as well as a rich history and fantastic dining and retail options.

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