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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

OnLine Payment for Evansville Water and Light?

Click on the post for the agenda for Wednesday's meeting.

Channel3000: Rail Route from Minn-Chicago---The Red Wing Dream

As a youngster, every fall during the change of colors, Dad packed us in the car for a trip to Red Wing, Mn and the Red Wing Pottery.

That's been a few years ago---the train station is a Burger King now. But the views are just as breathtaking...and it still would be a dream retirement to live on the river, hop the train to Mpls or St. Paul or wherever.

The restoration of train service might just happen. Click on the post for the article from Channel3000.

Brit Bankers Oppose Bonus Tax--BBC--Should US follow similar TAX?

The Brit bankers note that it might be hard to define a "banker". Reminds me of when it was hard to define what "is" is back in the Clinton days.

Notable bankers have threatened subtly to leave London---and thus threaten the world class status of the city. Click on the post for the story in the BBC.

Mpls Home prices down 8.4% Last Year: Star Tribune:

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Monte Python: Memories of the Inquisition

Somehow the real world is not so funny. Click on the post for the Monte Python skit.

Normal, Mn. Council ignores Audit Warning for 75th Straight Year"--FICTION: Tales From Normal, Mn.

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When Writers Wore Tweed----

Duluth Trading has a new bit on Twitter that goes: "Real Men Don't Twitter--they wear the writers tweed----". Click on the post for the tweet.

However--given the current state of compensation for writers, it is beyond one's memory to recall when a writer bought a Tweed new...maybe a Goodwill tweed, but not new.

With newspapers, Tv, Radio, etc all in financial trouble, Paid content is on the way---and soon. Murdock is right. You just cannot demand high quality and then pay zero.

Accounting Corner: Law Corner: Simple Math Corner: "When Things Do Not Add Up"--OpEd

Recently while watching a football game, I noticed that the audio track from a certain popular channel just did not match the video---boy did that ruin the game for me. Nothing like being a little delayed to rattle the enjoyment. When things just do not match up...there is a real sense of things being wrong somehow....things need to mesh to make sense in our lives.

Recently, in the political arena, something similar has occured.

There was a theft from a local school district that was discovered in July. Revealed to the public in November. Always need a little delay to model Edward Kennedy and Tiger Woods I presume. The theft was not revealed to local law enforcement it seems, no need to follow proper procedure, but sent directly to the DA, where it seems that the person confessed to $100,000 of theft, while in the alternative pleading "not guilty." We never really plead these days, but plead in the multiple alternative. Right at that point of the story, I hear the sound track going off the road.

But relax...it gets better. The person involved supposedly had a gambling addiction and a $200,000 gambling debt---but not one person, even the DA it seems, worried in the least of where the other $100,000 was. The school that had been stolen from reviewed two years of accounting and then declined to go further in history. They presumably felt so bad about the incident that they did not want to really know the facts...and well,....maybe the DA feels so bad that he does not want to know either.

And that is where we are today---in a place where the FACTS and the LAW do not matter....just the POLITICS and how we FEEL seems to be important.

As I see it there are two phases---determination of facts---as in the old Dragnet movie, the "facts and nothing but the facts" and then in a separate judicial section, the clemency or sentencing. The facts come before the sentencing...at least that is the way the texts teach it.

To do otherwise is to run the car off the tracks, or run the TV with the audio track off kilter---we have run amuck. That is how I see it.

"Stranded in the Age of Texting"---Classic Soucheray: Pioneer Press

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Gazette: Free TV in Peril

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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Burning Corn Cobs: Biomass Corner: Star Tribune

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Mailbag: Bear Trader: Energy: Coal Gassification clarified

Observer wrote to Bear Trader:

Recently I came upon an article about the gassification of oil, and it appears there is a new plant that can do this. I wonder about how this would stack up in your analysis of energy efficiency. Warren Buffett is betting big bucks on the Great Northern Railway, and there has been strong movement or support in coal stocks or MLP in coal and natural resources---I wonder if coal is moving to the forefront, as corn, wind, and sun appear not to have the numbers come out for a decent return. What is your analysis??

Bear Trader Wrote:



Coal gasification, natural gas, oil, coal, coal derived liquids, nuclear, and all of the green "renewable" delusions have to be individually analyzed because over time they are all fungible.

"Fungible?" you ask. Indeed. The chemistry of "synthetic" production of hydrocarbons has been well understood for a hundred years. No real improvement can be expected over the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis used by the Third Reich seventy years ago and by Sasol today (Sasol makes gas and oil from coal and at other locations makes liquid hydrocarbons from natural gas. The process used is the same, differing only in details related to feedstocks.) So, you can make gas, oil, and coal interchangeably from gas, oil, or coal.

Current state of natural gas:

Gas well output in relatively impermeable geologic strata (the gas has to flow through the pores in the rock to get to the well bottom; there is a lot of gas in rock that doesn't flow enough gas to pay for the drilling) has been improved by forcing extreme pressure oil down the well (20 to 100 Tons per square inch). The rock breaks along sedimentary layers, oil creeps along these cracks, forcing them further open. This is an expensive process.

Lots of natural gas drillers put this brand new, just available tech into effect in 2008 as natural gas rose to $13.50. This resulted in massive increase in natural gas supply as these new wells came on line at nearly all the same time. The well drillers had to sell the gas for whatever they could get to keep the banks from taking everything, and now the natural gas price is about $5.75. The thing to remember here is that this deep rock hydraulic fracturing technology cannot break even with $5.75 gas; more like $10.00. One must realize that these wells won't flow for very long without a lot more hydraulic fracturing being done on them, and that won't last all that long either, since these wells simply have less natural gas per unit of ground area than we are used to. New wells will have to be drilled more often and over a larger area to maintain a constant output. Expensive.

So, I think Wall Street is wrong, and will be surprised by a sooner than expected rise in natural gas prices. Perhaps the equilibrium price is double the present price. Perhaps the peak will be three times. This assumes a continuation of the present U-6 unemployment rate of 18%. If times are better demand will be higher and so will peak prices.

Current situation of oil:

The most important factor is East Asia and other emerging markets. They have been exporting increasingly heavily in recent years, have more dollars, and more dollars to spend as a result, so being "more wealthy" in dollars means they find oil less expensive over time compared to us here in the USA. As a result their increase in oil consumption as a percentage over time is something like two or three times the USA - and I am including Uganda, Somalia, et al., in my calculations. Remember that China buys more cars every year than does the USA, and that China and India combined buy more than the G-7. Oil consumption is rising inevitably. Reserves coming on line are increasingly difficult to produce, under miles of ocean and rock, in the Arctic, and in the most extravagantly politically unstable places (notice how the Chinese deal with this in the Sudan).

The USA will have less and less influence over oil prices as both pricing and political power wane. The next upswing in oil prices will simply have to be lived with. Currently oil is about $80, Coby-Lamson thinks there will be a downswing followed by $100 / barrel next year. Could easily be. That's about $3.40 / gallon.

Nuclear: Cannot be increased rapidly. Lots of political opposition, rather mindless, Yahoo sort. (Swift, of course.)

Renewables: When output, initial cost, and maintenance cost are figured in, including grid improvements, (the necessary "smart grid" will become obsolete about every five - seven years due to technological change) simply cost more in fossil and nuclear energy (and human) than they replace. The only exception is properly done satellite solar power (which both Japan and China are working on seriously. Nero fiddles while Rome burns.)

Getting into Warren Buffet's head:

The purchase of the Burlington Northern - Sante Fe Railroad is a much bigger deal than just controlling northern tier coal. It means Buffet combined with the Union Pacific, controls trans-continental shipping. Chew on that one for a while. Not likely you will see price wars from those two.

The Word on the Street is that Buffet is going to take Goldman-Sachs private in 2010. See

http://blogs.barrons.com/stockstowatchtoday/2009/12/21/doug-kass-2010-predictions-goldman-goes-private-buffett-steps-down-and-tigers-back/

(Kass sees Israel making attack on Iranian nuclear weapon project sites by summer, causing heavy shock to USA economy; in this case I personally expect Iran to try to block Straits of Hormuz, that the US Navy gets involved with a large chance of loss of major US Navy ships. Certainly Ahmadinejad is figuring to try, and has had decades to put multiple plans in place. Real war. Maybe a few nuked cities here in the USA, certainly threats thereof.)

Remember that Enron and Goldman are/were big fans of "cap and trade", figuring to make hundreds and hundreds of billions profit a year trading CO2 rights. Now Goldman should emerge the game-controlling player in cap-and-trade. Buffet figures to make money on coal and coal cap-and-trade financial operations at the same time. After all, the use of coal is going to increase over time, and sizably, unless the politicians are willing to go to rotating blackouts. Electricity, because of cap-and-trade more than any other factor, will increase in price two to four times (in constant dollars) in the next five to ten years. Buffet will make an absolute fortune, just immense, maybe the first trillionaire if he lives so long.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Audio: Sermon of the WeeK: Christmas Day

Audio; Christmas Day: Sermon: St. Paul's Church: Fr. Kevin Dooley: 12/25/2009

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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Winter Wonderland: Evansville Christmas 2009

 



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Peace and Best Wishes from Our Home to yours; Christmas 2009

 
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Merry Christmas 2009

 



The men of the family celebrate Alyce's 85th birthday decked out in the Santa Ball Cap from Duluth Trading. Doubleclick pic to enlarge.
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"Last Minute Christmas Shopping Spree: Prices Hold: Positve: Yahoo: Finance

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"Packaging "S..T" and Shorting It"----Keys to Success: Yahoo: Finance

It's so complicated....they needed to get large bonuses to retain them...for their expertise...click on the post for the story in Yahoo Finance.

Nostalgia; August 2009: "In Difficult times, cut from the TOP first."

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"Why We Remember"---the Controversy: Reflection

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NYT: Senate Passes Health Reform

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Pioneer Press: Burnsville pledges spending freeze: Can't resist new Baby Grand Piano

The "deal" was "too good to pass up." Click on the post for the complete story. I seem to remember this one from a prior time.

Gazette: Blogs: Sullivan: Disorderly Conduct leads the pack

The top ticket for the past five years in Janesville is "disorderly conduct." Click on the post for the story by Ted Sullivan in the Janesville Gazette.

"When Things Don't Add Up...." Reflection

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Video; Observer salutes Alyce on 85th Birthday

Video: Short cameo look at the birthday party of Alyce on her 85th birthday---celebrated recently at the Lafayette Country Club in Minneapolis...Such a joy to celebrate during the Christmas season. Alyce set the standard---live fully to 85 and party at Christmas.

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Friday, December 18, 2009

White House: Video: A glimpse inside the real "Situation Room"

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2009 Memories: "NO END AROUND":;;;Evansville School Board: 10/12/2009: Mr. Pierick speaks

Ed note: One of the key things that stands out in the stories from 2009 from Evansville, is the hazards of politicians doing an "END AROUND" from the budget process----Mr. Pierick warns of this on this video. The $600,000 wind turbine project of the city was such an end around for the city budget. The theft of the computer equipment from the school is what the end around looks on the expense side. The end around on the capital expenditure is just as hazardous as day to day expenses. Make a note of it.)


Video: Mr. Michael Pierick, spoke about his analysis of the proposed purchase of land on 2nd Street. He concluded that this proposal would not have been included in the budget if it had gone through the process because there were other items that were more important--it was a tough budget decison but his vote was NO.

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Minn Economy turns positive--jobs created--: Star Tribune

Beginning hopeful signs in Minnesota. Click on the post.

Brodhead Schools may cut all sports---if referendum fails: Gazette

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Evansville Youth Center In Need: Mailbag

Evansville Youth Center in need!

Do you have an extra couch?
Did your kids get blessed with the latest game system for Christmas? What are you going to do with the old one?
Do you have a good quality vacuum you do not need anymore because you got a new one?
Donate it to the Evansville Youth Center!

The Evansville Youth Center provides a positive experience and a fun place to go for youth in grades 5th-8th.

Please help make a fun, safe, positive environment for the youth of this community.
Donate today!

Financial donations are accepted too! Tax deductible!

The following is a list of needs:

Gaming Systems and games
Board & Interactive games
Snacks and Candy
Table Tennis equipment
Table Games
Pool table cue sticks (badly needed)
Wii (big wish list item)
Play Station 3
New Carpet
Couches
Lounge chairs
Outside bike rack
DVD Player
Large screen movie player
Movies (PG 13)
Fridge
Posters, Christmas lights, cool stuff to decorate youth area!
*People to volunteer to sheet rock an area for a mini movie theatre

So clean out the old items in good working order and send them over to the youth center!
They will be very appreciated by many!

Call or drop off the items at:

Evansville Youth Center
YMCA of Rock County
209 S 1st Street
Evansville, WI 53536
608-882-0372
eyc@ymcajanesville.org

Thursday, December 17, 2009

WIBA: Talk Radio: Edgewater---end of the line for expansion?

See the link on the right for the discussion on 12/16 beginning in hour 1: Listen to the continuing debate.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Not ONE Republican supports Financial Reform: Star Tribune

No surprise. Click on the post for the story.

"Expand a War---Get a Nobel Peace Prize"----FICTION: Tales from Normal, MN.

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School Board; Audio: WIBA Talk Radio: PomPom Corner:

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Video: Feingold; Afganistan Strategy Defies Logic

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New Business Corner:

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
December 11, 2009

Contact: Krista S. Korfmacher, CMP
Evansville Chamber of Commerce
Office: 608.882.5131
evansvillecoc@litewire.net
www.evansvillechamber.org


Grand Opening for ProSpine Chiropractic scheduled for Friday, December 18th at Brown School Plaza

Evansville, WI – A new Evansville business and member of the Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism will officially open its doors with a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, December 18, 2009 at 3:00pm.

ProSpine Chiropractic, located at 827 Brown School Road, will demonstrate the ProAdjuster and give tours of their new office between 3:00 and 6:00pm. Also on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony will be the City of Evansville Mayor Sandy Decker. Refreshments and snacks will be served along with drawings for hourly door prizes.

Dr. Jeff Richard’s clinic is unique in its use of the ProAdjuster in their evaluation and treatment of patients. The ProAdjuster is a state of the art computerized form of adjusting which scans the back before the adjustment, adjusts to segments that the doctor decides meet clinical attention, and scans the back afterwards to check for proper results. All the results are on the computer screen so patients can be part of their health care and actually see and learn about the results of each visit.

Please join us as we welcome ProSpine Chiropractic to the Evansville community. To contact them directly, please call 882.9970. They are taking appointments now.

The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism welcomes and supports new and existing businesses. We are proud of our “buy local” efforts and hope that you will consider local Evansville merchants for your needs.

Questions? Please call the Chamber at 608.882.5131 or email evansvillecoc@litewire.net.


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School Board meets Monday---Dec 14, 2009--Sage Waiver on agenda

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Mailbag: Bear Trader writes re: "Financial Reality"

Click on the post for an article recommended by "Bear Trader", a regular contributor to The Observer.

Nostalgia: Christmas Past: 2007: Musical Bonus: "What Child is This?"

Feast of the Epiphany, January 6, 2007, Duet, George Wollinger and Mary Ann Gernetzke,

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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

So. Minn Residents told to stay home: StarTribune

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Gazette; Governor Doyle delares emergency on blizzard

Even in the face of a declared emergency, some visonary employers are docking employees for an "occurence" if they are late or absent on a day of declared emergency. The state of Wisconsin needs to look into employment practices like this, and they are rampant.

I and E Christmas Party rescheduled---

Hello Everyone:

I am sorry to inform you that we have decided to reschedule our Holiday Party (scheduled for Wed, Dec 9) due to the winter storm we will experience in the next couple of days. If you have invited friends, please let them know that the party has been cancelled and rescheduled for Wednesday, January 13.

Please plan on attending our party on January 13! I will send reminders again early January.

Happy Holidays,

Cindy Hammer
Secretary, Evansville Area I&E Club





Cindy Hammer

TalkRadioCorner: WIBA: Evansville School District Discussed Monday

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Monday, December 07, 2009

WSJ: Madison Council Braves Strorm to Revive Edgewater

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Gazette: Stay Home when storm hits ----Wis Officials

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Gazette; Swine Flu Clinic at JC McKenna on Wednesday---

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Video: Mathias James, Potter, Opens New Gallery

Video: Mathias James, Potter, Evansville, Wi has opened his new Gallery--the Allen Creek Gallery, at 137 East Main Street, Evansville, Wi 53536; Website www.allencreekgallery.com, Phone 608-882-2415

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End of the Windmill Wannabees----not to uplift but to save money: Mass: Windwatch

WESTPORT — After plans fell through for a 120-foot wind turbine behind Town Hall, the Alternative Energy Committee has focused its attention on other locations in town where a larger turbine could be built.

The committee is considering locations in Portsmouth, R.I., and Hull for construction of a turbine. It is also looking at Dartmouth, where the town is planning construction of two massive towers at a wastewater treatment plant off Chase Road. Sites under consideration are the landfill on Hixbridge Road and town-owned land behind the fire station under construction west of Route 88.

Locations near the ocean would be best for energy generation, but no specific sites are being considered, said David Dionne, chairman of the Alternative Energy Committee, which is working with a consultant. “It’s a no-brainer to think of getting closer to the water,” he said.

An effort to build a turbine to power Town Hall began after voters approved $63,400 for such a project at the May 2007 Town Meeting, a decision that the Finance Committee and Board of Selectmen advised against. For nearly two years, the Alternative Energy Committee and turbine supporters fought to get a contract signed by selectmen and a Plymouth contractor.

That proposal came to a quiet end this spring when the committee voted to return the money to the town’s general fund. Dionne said at the time that the committee had its sights set on a larger project. “All the stars are aligned at this moment to do something substantial,” he said then.

A turbine proposal would likely receive more support now. Selectmen Chairman Steven Ouellette said the biggest complaint he heard about the plan was that the proposed turbine wasn’t large enough, though it was the largest turbine the town could receive a grant for at the time.

A proposal for a 10-kilowatt turbine was more of a “demonstration,” Dionne said, meant to showcase the town’s commitment to going green rather than being a money-saving measure. “Today, the ground has shifted beneath our feet. Everyone is building much, much larger, commercial-size ones,” he said.

Portsmouth’s turbines dwarf the size of the one proposed in Westport. Portsmouth Abbey’s tower is 660 kilowatts and 240 feet high. One built by the town is 336 feet high and 1.5 megawatts — a capacity 150 times larger than Westport’s would have had.

Two Dartmouth turbines would be 470 feet high, each with a 1.65-megawatt capacity.
Wind data gathered from a test tower west of Lees Market on Main Road showed that the two sites under consideration off Hixbridge Road have energy production potential at least as good as Portsmouth’s, Dionne said.

One obstacle is cost, which is estimated at $3 million to $4 million. The Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust offers $570,000 for public-entity turbines more than 600 kilowatts if a project meets feasibility guidelines. Spokeswoman Emily Dahl said the trust has seen “a lot of interest” in so-called community-scale turbines, those that produce more than 100 kilowatts.

By Grant Welker
Herald News Staff Reporter

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StarTribune; Winter Storm Coming

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Blogs: RockNetRoots: Tax Speculative Wall Street Transactions

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Don't Forget Food for Fines

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Evansville Energy Independence Team meets Tuesday Morning---

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Evansville Common Council Meets Tuesday---

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Sunday, December 06, 2009

NYT: The New E Readers Coming----

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Service of Remembrance Coming Sunday, December 13, 2008

Service of Remembrance Will Honor Loved Ones Lost

Submitted by Nancy Hurley

The holidays can be a difficult time for those mourning the death of a loved one. To reach out to those grieving this holiday season, St. Paul Catholic Church in Evansville is hosting an ecumenical Service of Remembrance on Sunday, December 13, at 7 p.m.

The service is meant for people of all faiths to remember, honor, and celebrate their loved ones who have passed away. Lead by HospiceCare, Inc. Chaplain Linda O’Leary, the service will include prayer, music, reflection, and a candle lighting ceremony.

The Remembrance Service is being held in conjunction with the Compassionate Friends annual global candle lighting, which asks people around the world to light a candle from 7-8 p.m. the second Sunday in December each year to remember children and grandchildren who have died. St. Paul’ Service of Remembrance will honor all loved ones lost.
Refreshments will be served in the church’s lower level following the service, which is free and open to all.

For more information contact Nancy Hurley at 608-882-4327 or NJH223@GMAIL.COM.
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Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Pioneer Press: Minnesota Budget Deficit Revealed

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Evansville Finance Committee meets tomorrow: Purchasing; Budget on Agenda

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Audio; Bernanke: February 2008

Audio: Bernanke: February 2008; Did Bernanke get it? Bold leader or just baloney? You make the call.

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Audio: Feb 2008: Bernanke testimony: Intro

Nostalgia Audio; Barney Frank in introduction to testimony of Chariman Bernanke lists the number one task of regulation and necessity of stopping the cascade of foreclosures----

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Tuesday, December 01, 2009

StarTrib: Minn; More Bad Minn economic news due Wednesday---may mean local aid cuts

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Nostalgia: Chopper Mitt Time

The Weather is cooling down. Click on the post for the view back to the old chopper mitts.

Gazette; Pleas entered in Evansville defraud case

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WSJ: Futher Cuts Coming for State Government Workers

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H1N1 Clinic THIS WEEK at Rock County Health Dept--walk ins ok

ROCK COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Rock County
13 miles3328 N US Hwy 51
Janesville, WI 53545view map(608) 757-5440 Administrative

H1N1 FLU SHOT CLINICS (more info...)
Service description:Provides H1N1 flu shots and spray for high-risk target groups only. For more information,visit www.co.rock.wi.us or call the H1N1 flu information line (608) 741-5200.
Intake:Walk-in
Fees:None
Eligibility:The following risk groups include only those individuals that may be vaccinated for H1N1 at this time. (Individuals must receive intranasal mist if eligible.)

People who can receive H1N1 INTRANASAL mist:
* Healthy people 2 years of age through 24 years of age
* Healthy people 2 years of age through 49 years of age who live with or care for an infant under age 6 months (parents, siblings and daycare providers)
* Healthy healthcare workers and emergency medical services personnel under the age of 50, who have, direct contact with patients or infectious material.

People who can receive INJECTABLE vaccine:
* Pregnant women
* People who live with or provide care for infants less than 6 months of age (e.g., parents, siblings, and daycare providers)
* Health-care and emergency medical services personnel who have direct contact with patients or infectious material
* Children 6 months of age through 24 years of age
* People ages 25 years of age through 64 years of age who have medical conditions that put them at higher risk for influenza-related complications
Hours:November 30, 12:30pm-4:00pm
December 1, 12:30pm-4:00pm
December 2, 12:30pm-4:00pm
December 3, 12:30pm-4:00pm
December 4, 12:30pm-4:00pm
Services:Flu Vaccinations for H1N1 Influenza
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NYT:PBS News Hour: Changes Coming

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Reuters; Web Shopping up 11%

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Edgewater Proposal faces the end of the line

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Evansville Chamber adds new members

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
November 30, 2009

Contact: Krista S. Korfmacher, CMP
Evansville Chamber of Commerce
Office: 608.882.5131
evansvillecoc@litewire.net
www.evansvillechamber.org

Six New Businesses Join the
Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism

Evansville, WI – Six new businesses have recently joined the Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism. Here is some information about each business.

ModelUNO Photography, LLC offers a full service photography business. Owner Christy Breiby 882.1109. She will be holding a grand opening/open house on December 12 from 10am-noon at 595 S. 6th St. Santa will be there! www.modeluno.com

Paulson Kimball Construction, LLC functions as a general contractor and design/build contractor specializing in the non-residential marketplace. Owner Norm Paulson 752.6611. www.paulsonkimball.com

PJ’s All About You is a full service salon and spa. Owner PJ Spears 882.5500. email pjsallaboutyou@hotmail.com

ProSpine Chiropractic, LLC offers full chiropractic evaluation and treatment of patients. Owner Dr. Jeff Richards 882.9970. www.prospine.net

Windmill Antiques & Co. offers antiques from quality dealers with American Country, Mission, Victorian, Cottage, Cabin and more. Owner Jean Wyse 882.6970. www.windmillantiquesco.com

Strategic Wealth Management Group offers a wide variety of products and services to help you meet your financial goals, estate strategies and insurance needs. Registered representative Jacob Clevenstine 829.0015. www.sipc.org

The Evansville Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism welcomes and supports new and existing businesses. We are proud of our “buy local” efforts and hope that you will consider local Evansville merchants for your needs. Questions? Please call the Chamber at 608.882.5131 or email evansvillecoc@litewire.net.


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Special Park Board Meeting Tomorrow, Wed, December 2, 2009: 10AM

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