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Texarkana Issues $250M In Bonds for Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.

Texarkana Issues $250M In Bonds for Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.
Cooper Tire & Rubber's Texarkana plant employs about 2,000 workers.

The Texarkana, Arkansas Board of Directors authorizes up to $250 million in industrial development revenue bonds for Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.
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Privatizing Air Traffic Control Could Delay NextGen System (Letter to the Editor)

The potential implications of privatizing our air traffic control system on small communities and rural parts of the country.
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Texarkana Officials Expect Union Tank Car to Create 150-200 Jobs

Texarkana, Arkansas officials will tour the new Union Tank Car Co. facility, which will bring about 100 jobs to the city.
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