New business

Friday, August 8, 2014
Green Forest Mayor Charlie Reece stands in the parking lot of American Stitchco Inc., a new manufacturing plant slated to begin production this fall. 'American Stitchco is owned by former state Sen. Steve Luelf,' Reese said. "Eventually they will employee 30 to 50 in the Green Forest facility." (David Bell/Carroll County News)

Green Forest Mayor Charlie Reece stands in the parking lot of American Stitchco Inc., a new manufacturing plant slated to begin production this fall. 'American Stitchco is owned by former state Sen. Steve Luelf,' Reese said. "Eventually they will employee 30 to 50 in the Green Forest facility." (David Bell/Carroll County News)

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  • Very good, but what happened to Wal-Mart coming to Green Forest? We haven't heard anymore about it. Does anybody know?

    -- Posted by okaybut on Mon, Aug 18, 2014, at 8:32 AM
  • I guess it's a dead issue.

    -- Posted by okaybut on Fri, Aug 29, 2014, at 8:28 AM
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