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|Thursday, May 27, 2010|
After a rebound from January to April, the lumber market is down again, and some mills are shutting down and waiting for demand to catch back up.
Mills in Glendale, Noti and Springfield will be shut down for a week starting Memorial Day, a decision that will affect 110 employees.
Read the whole story at the Register-Guard.
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