Business & economy

State gives green light to rail reload center

Greg Smith, Malheur County economic development director, makes a point during an Oregon Transportation Commission meeting in June while Larry Wilson, Malheur County commissioner, looks on. On Thursday, July 18, the commission approved a $26 million rail reload project north of Nyssa. (The Enterprise/File).

SALEM – A multimillion-dollar rail reload facility that was on the ropes and nearly down for the count a month ago received a . . .

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