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Need for reload center soars

Members of the Malheur County Development Corporation, the board that oversees the rail reload project, go over plans for the facility earlier this year. The preliminary work on the project is nearly complete. (The Enterprise/File)

ONTARIO – Demand for rail shipping services from Malheur County will be more than the proposed Nyssa project can handle, according to Greg Smith, Malheur County economic development director.

He said the county . . .

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