Millworker Mark Schultz is waiting for graduates to add to his company.
Millworker Mark Schultz is waiting for graduates to add to his company.

To call the building that once housed Peyton’s junior high and high schools unassuming might be an overstatement. The drab, functional structure sits in the heart of the eastern plains community’s “downtown,” and had been underutilized for quite some time. But now that building could provide an unlikely spark — one that could narrow the […]

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