Everything was running smoothly Saturday for the Fifth Third River Bank Run in western Michigan despite increased security following the Boston Marathon bombings, according to authorities and others in attendance.
Across the country, from grain elevator to grain elevator, golden wheat and corn are piled in towering mounds, waiting for a rail car to haul them to market.
Some grain can sit for a month or more on the ground, exposed to wind, rain and rats.
By Chirstopher Leonard and Catherine Tsai, The Associated Press
, August 25, 2008
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