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Smurfit-Stone Container closed its Frenchtown linerboard plant in January, leaving more than 400 people out of work and otherwise devastating the local economy. After their last shift, workers hung their hard hats on the fence outside the facility. Nearly a year later, the mill site has a prospective buyer, but company officials remain mum on who it might be.

Image credit: Photo by Cathrine L. Walters

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