#NoTysonSedgwickCounty held an opposition meeting Saturday morning to discuss the possibility that a Tyson poultry plant could be built in the county.
#NoTysonSedgwickCounty held an opposition meeting Saturday morning to discuss the possibility that a Tyson poultry plant could be built in the county. Nichole Manna The Wichita Eagle
#NoTysonSedgwickCounty held an opposition meeting Saturday morning to discuss the possibility that a Tyson poultry plant could be built in the county. Nichole Manna The Wichita Eagle

Group against Tyson plant in Sedgwick County has first public meeting

October 28, 2017 01:47 PM

UPDATED October 29, 2017 10:15 AM

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