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Ash Grove workers to return

Ash Grove Cement Co.’s Durkee plant is among Baker County’s larger private employers. (Baker City Herald/Ed Merriman)

Ash Grove Cement Co. spokeswoman Jacqueline Clark said Tuesday that the 67 workers laid off from the company’s Durkee plant in December will return to work on Monday.

Clark said the company will announce more details about resuming production at the Durkee plant late this week or early next week.

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