EDITORIAL: Effort needed to replace Nyssa’s failed Farmers Grain

Just when Malheur County’s economy looks promising, local industry is reeling from the collapse of Farmers Grain. Business and government leaders should build something new from the rubble.

Farmers Grain sunk under a load of debt. The Nyssa company appeared on the outside to be a go-go outfit. Corn and wheat farmers in the Treasure Valley had a new buyer for their product. They could rely on modern equipment, sleek new silos and . . .

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