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By Marshall News Messenger | Aug 4, 2016

General Cable plans to increase the existing facility by over 100,000 square feet and will be adding up to 70 new employees throughout the next year. The total capital investment will be approximately $23 million.

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By Caleb Brabham - Marshall News Messenger | Jun 26, 2016

MEDCO wanted to make Marshall a site General Cable couldn't refuse.

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By Marshall News Messenger | Apr 24, 2016

Eastman Chemical Co. in Longview recently contributed $20,000 to The TSTC Foundation.

The money is restricted to scholarships for students in the Process Operations Technology and Industrial Controls Technology programs in Marshall.

"The scholarships pay tuition and fees for two semesters, with additional scholarships available depending on their academic and/or internship performance," said Mike Tucker, Learning Services Technologist at Eastman.

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By Meredith Shamburger - Marshall News Messenger | Feb 23, 2016

Harrison County and Marshall officials praised a partnership between the Marshall Economic Development Corporation and Piney Woods Environmental Services that helped bring the tire recycling facility to the area on Monday.

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By Matthew Prosser - Marshall News Messenger | Dec 22, 2015

What do an ammunition company, a Silicon Valley software firm and a commercial sweetener manufacturer have in common?

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By Ryan Wagoner - Marshall News Messenger | Dec 2, 2015

SEVEN Networks, a company known for mobile device management and optimization software, officially announced the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Marshall.

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By Naomi Prioleau - Marshall News Messenger | Apr 2, 2014

Years of negotiations and bicontinental meetings finally ended with the groundbreaking ceremony for international shotgun shell manufacturer Rio Ammunition Wednesday morning.

The Marshall Economic Development Corporation and Rio Ammunition have been developing this project for five years and were in negotiations to make Marshall its home for the past two. The 105,000 square foot facility will also be home to the U.S. headquarters for Rio and is estimated to bring 60 jobs to the area.

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