Warm Springs Forest Products will lay off 93 full-time employees in November.
As required by law, the company gave 60-days notice to the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development, which assists displaced workers with job training or other programs.
The mill was known as Jefferson Plywood until 1967, when tribal members eligible to vote appropriated $15 million to purchase the facility. It employed 350 people at the peak of its operations.
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