"The plant put Paducah on the map," said James Harbison, a retired maintenance worker. "And its leaving is going to take it off the map, unless we get something in here. There are no jobs around here comparable to that one there."Workers have few options, Harbison noted: "They're either going to have to take a cut in pay and change their standard of living â¿¿ or leave the area."
Kentucky Plant Closure Disrupts Workers' Lives
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