Region leaders' retreat helps frame top 10 priorities

Portage High School senior Max Almedina, left checks out a diesel airbrakes exhbit with Justin Crawford, also a PHS student who was working at the Porter County Career Tech exhibit this month at Portage High School during the Portage Economic Development Corp's first National Manufacturing and Career Day. At lower right is PHS student Anthony Lee. "Connect industry and education to strengthen the workforce" tied for seventh place on the One Region list of priorities, with 3 percent of participants in a recent summit voting for it.

October 13, 2013 12:00 am  • 
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