Shipping Jobs to China? 

Whole-log exports are boosting timber values while a local mill lays off 60 workers

George Schmidbauer graduated from Willits High School in 1947 and worked his way through college like many other young men at the time, by pulling green chain -- grabbing and stacking freshly milled lumber as it came off the line. After college…

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