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KMEG: One Siouxland received a big grant from a local employer

11 monthes ago   |   By Renew our Economy

One Siouxland is a non-profit group that helps local immigrants is getting a big boost from an area employer.
Tyson Foods which employs many newcomers to the US and Siouxland at its facilities in Storm Lake and Dakota City gave the group an $85,000 grant today.
The head of One Siouxland says the grant will help them with a lot of their efforts.
“One of the things we're looking at is ways to help the newcomer population get to that next level whether its their language, or their technical or whatever skills they may need to get to that next level so they can contribute more fully. they fuel...
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