Mississippi mill back to work after workers fortify levee

04/29/2008 | Natchez Democrat (Miss.), The

A family lumber mill threatened by rising Mississippi River waters is back in business two weeks after it suspended operations so that workers could fortify the levee that surrounds it. Employees of the J.M. Jones Lumber Co. in Natchez, Miss., used more than 700 truckloads of dirt to fill an estimated 10,000 sandbags at a cost of more than $100,000.

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