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Daily Sun photo/Bob Belcher Navarro College and Pactiv were presented with a check from the Texas Workforce Commission for $680,000 Wednesday to fund a skills development program that will create 245 new jobs. Shown front row from left, Dr. Barbara Kavalier, college district president; Connie Standridge, Corsicana city manager; Ronny Congleton, TWC Commissioner; Kristin Walker, assistant dean of continuing education and protective services; and Dr. Kenneth Martin, president of Ellis County campuses. Back row, from left, Phil Judson, Navarro College trustee; Dennis Hughes and Randy Burke of Pactiv; Dr. Harold Housley of Navarro College.

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