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'Now Hiring' signs are up at Owens Corning plant

'Now Hiring' signs are up at Owens Corning plant 'Now Hiring' signs are up at Owens Corning plant
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Hiring signs went up Thursday morning at the Owens Corning Plant in Wichita Falls. 

The business is expanding as machinery and production were moved from a plant in Maine to Texoma. 

The Maine plant is now closed. Future employees can apply at My Staff of Midwestern Parkway. 

Owens Corning has not made public how many jobs are being brought. 

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