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For the last three months Holyrood residents have watched with interest as the skyline of the town has slowly changed. The change came as the Holyrood Branch of the Ellsworth Co-Op built a 104 foot high storage unit that will double the site’s grain storage capacity.
According Holyrood Co-Op branch manager Jeremy Kootz, “We are not building for today but for tomorrow. We are looking toward the future needs of those we serve. The new unit’s aeration system will dry milo to stop mildew and cool down wheat to improve quality.” The ...

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