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Ethanol plant is coming

Monday, April 3, 2006

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Photo by Scott Welton, Staff
Bootheel Agri-Energy LCC board members announced during a Friday morning news conference at Sikeston City Hall that their company is purchasing the option on approximately 160 acres at the Sikeston Business, Education and Technology Park to build a $205 million ethanol production plant.

Pictured during the announcement, from left, are City Manager Doug Friend; David Herbst, president of Bootheel Agri-Energy; and Mayor Mike Marshall.

Pictured standing are Bootheel Agri-Energy board members.