IronWood revives mill west of Dolores

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IronWood revives mill west of Dolores

Mill hires dozens to produce veneer for plywood
The log inventory at the IronWood mill is growing. More than 50 mill workers have been hired, and the company is looking to hire more.
Veneer sheets go through a lathe at the new IronWood mill near Dolores.
Logs stripped of their bark move toward the lathe to be peeled into sheets used for plywood.
The Jumbo siblings Ricky, Tylor and Tashina stack veneer sheets and get them ready for shipping.
A worker welds part of the new IronWood mill.
Tonya Cyphert, of IronWood, works a front-end loader at the mill.
IronWood staff were all smiles at the opening of their new mill. From left are Derek Smith, Ray Willis, Jeff Bunnell, Kevin Harter, and Sharee Bistline.

IronWood revives mill west of Dolores

The log inventory at the IronWood mill is growing. More than 50 mill workers have been hired, and the company is looking to hire more.
Veneer sheets go through a lathe at the new IronWood mill near Dolores.
Logs stripped of their bark move toward the lathe to be peeled into sheets used for plywood.
The Jumbo siblings Ricky, Tylor and Tashina stack veneer sheets and get them ready for shipping.
A worker welds part of the new IronWood mill.
Tonya Cyphert, of IronWood, works a front-end loader at the mill.
IronWood staff were all smiles at the opening of their new mill. From left are Derek Smith, Ray Willis, Jeff Bunnell, Kevin Harter, and Sharee Bistline.
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