Caddo River Forest Products to Restart Glenwood Sawmill, Employ 136

Caddo River Forest Products to Restart Glenwood Sawmill, Employ 136
David Henderson, a member of the Caddo River Forest Products partnership, which plans to reopen a sawmill in Glenwood and employ 136 people.

Caddo River Forest Products plans to reopen a sawmill in Glenwood, investing $50 million and creating 136 new jobs and up to 300 new "indirect" jobs in the area.
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Farmland Produces $4.5M Transaction (Real Deals)

Resicomm Properties LLC, led by Bryan and Sonja Glaze, bought the 1,145-acre farm in southeast Pulaski County, a mile southeast of Sweet Home along Fourche Creek and Harper Road.
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George's Inc. Names Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer

Devin Cole has been named chief strategy and commercial officer of privately held poultry company George's Inc. of Springdale. The company announced the new hire on Wednesday.
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