Editorial: Forward Thinking
As Board of Supervisors president James Dunn said this week, the prospect of a new manufacturer and new jobs is a good sign for the future of Tunica County.
Both Feuer Powertrain and Schulz XP demand a labor force that is technically skilled, with a certain amount of expertise in reading and math.
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