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Making a Difference (Works) #937680

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Series of good news stories submitted by viewers introduced; 2 e-mails shared.

(Humboldt, Kansas: Kevin Tibbles) The decision of Joe Works††, owner of B&W Trailer Hitches in Humboldt, Kansas, to pay his workers to improve the community rather than lay them off featured. [WORKS – says he wants to share.] [Humboldt Chamber of Commerce Terry BUTTS†- notes if people don’t get paid they can’t buy things.] [Humboldt recreation director Larry MENDOZA†, Poplar Grove Baptist Church Janet PULLEY†- comment on facilities getting fixed up.] [B&W employee Rick ROSS†- agrees America needs to get back to small town values.]

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Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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