Employees said more than 230 salaried managers and union employees were laid off. The man said the company had struggled financially, but did not immediately give workers any official explanation.From copy of Daily World article posted on Grays Harbor Talk
“They didn’t give us any notice,” he said. “They haven’t told us anything yet. ... They’ve left everyone else out of the loop.
Still no official word from Grays Harbor Paper on the status of the mill or efforts to keep it up and running, but Wednesday saw the smoke cease to pour out of the Hoquiam stack just after 10AM and word began to hit the streets and social networks that employees were receiving layoff notices early on Wednesday afternoon.KXRO