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Newton, Iowa / Windmill Plant #925003

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Energy Department projections on wind power cited.

(Newton, Iowa: Dean Reynolds) NOTE: Wrong report starts, then stops. The comeback of Newton, Iowa, after TPI Composites, Inc., which makes windmill blades, opened a plant there featured; details given about the impact of the closing of the Maytag plant a year ago. [TPI general manager Crugar TUTTLE†- notes the glut of applications.] [TPI employee Rick MILLER†- comments on the effort to keep Maytag alive.] [TPI COO Wayne MONIE†- says you feel like you’re doing the right thing.] [Mayor Chaz ALLEN†- says the jobs build confidence.]

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean

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