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    UPM employee Lori Christopher of Madison speaks outside the Madison mill Monday after learning the mill will close by the end of May. Christopher has worked at the mill for 35 years and said there will be a ripple effect on employees, business owners and the community.

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    Madison resident Steve Foshay speaks Monday on Main Street in Madison about the negative impact the closing of the nearby mill will have on the community. “I don’t feel very good about it. It’s going to impact all of us — the residents, all the businesses,” he said.

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    Reny’s store employees Tari Luce, left, and Barbara Vischer speak about the impact the closing of the nearby mill will have on their employees and area businesses on Monday.

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    Madison Town Manager Tim Curtis speaks Monday following the announcement that the Madison Paper mill will close in May. “We’ve seen the nature of the paper industry declining for several years,”he said.

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    Russ Drechsel, left, president of Madison Paper Industries, speaks with U.S. Senator Angus King during a visit to Madison Paper Industries Oct. 2, 2015.

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