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Last year, a wet spring prevented local farmers from planting numerous acres of corn, and demand from area ethanol plants drove up the price of the small harvest beyond what barge loaders like the CHS terminal could afford. This year, the harvests were large, and prices to grain farmers’ dismay were low. “There is a process of local demand really trumping what the river could pay for [corn],” Brauch said, referring to ethanol plants outbidding the terminal last year. Whether that trend continues in the future remains to be seen, he added.
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They cut the lock fixture off of this and then inside there they found keys, said John Budd with Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County. Those keys got the crooks into the storage shedswhere all the tools are kept on site, but getting into the house wasnt so easy. Theres three pry marks there, said Budd pointing to a damaged windowsill. In the first burglary on Thursday the crooks got inside through a window.
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