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Local shops warm up customers

4:46 PM, Feb. 28, 2013
Anne Wojtalewicz, a barista at Cravings in Wisconsin Rapids, makes a coffee drink.
Anne Wojtalewicz, a barista at Cravings in Wisconsin Rapids, makes a coffee drink.
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Author's note: Marshfield, Wisconsin Rapids and Stevens Point all boast places for a good roast, as do the small cafes in neighboring communities. This article provides just a snapshot of where you can fill your coffee mug, so always check the yellow pages for a unique coffee shop in your area.

When it comes to keeping warm in the wintertime, central Wisconsin makes no beans about its coffee. While the national chains brew a good cup, there is an extra warm feeling that comes from enjoying a hot beverage in a local coffee shop.

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