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  • Tyson Foods official booed when announcing new plant in Tonganoxie

    Doug Ramsey, an official with Tyson Foods, was booed by some members of the crowd when announcing plans to build a $320 million poultry complex in Leavenworth County. The plant is expected to employ about 1,600 people.

Tyson Foods official booed when announcing new plant in Tonganoxie

Doug Ramsey, an official with Tyson Foods, was booed by some members of the crowd when announcing plans to build a $320 million poultry complex in Leavenworth County. The plant is expected to employ about 1,600 people.
David Frese and Monty Davis The Kansas City Star