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April 24, 1997 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the campus that houses Byron's public schools, the nuclear power plant's cooling towers shimmer in the distance, ghostly blue. For nearly a decade, those towers symbolized a font of plenty--generating electricity for every corner of the state and money, so much money, for this farm town across the chestnut-brown Rock River. Commonwealth Edison owns the power plant and pays the property taxes.
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April 24, 1997 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the campus that houses Byron's public schools, the nuclear power plant's cooling towers shimmer in the distance, ghostly blue. For nearly a decade, those towers symbolized a font of plenty--generating electricity for every corner of the state and money, so much money, for this farm town across the chestnut-brown Rock River. Commonwealth Edison owns the power plant and pays the property taxes.
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November 5, 1990
Best- and worst-performing industries and companies in each group, with closing stock price, for the week ended Nov. 2. Only stocks trading for $1 or higher are included. BEST PERFORMERS 1) Credit: +4.9% Ampal (2): +14.3% 2) Tobacco: +3.9% BAT Indus(10 15/16): +5.4% 3) Discount drugstores: +3.6% Big B(6 3/4): +28.6% 4) Multi-industry: +3.3% Nortek Inc.(3 1/2): +100% 5) Apparel: +3.3% Neiman Marcus(14 5/8): +30% 6) Precision instruments: +3.2% Environ Tectonics(3 3/8): +17.
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