Bloomsburg Mills wilts

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If only tenure existed for textile companies: After 120 years as a community staple in Pennsylvania's Columbia County, Bloomsburg Mills is closing its doors on May 31st, hurt by economic forces and imports. Bloomsburg Mills started as a silk weaver in 1889. It has been a high-quality manufacturer of fabrics used by a variety of industries now acquired elsewhere.

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