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Tarleton Exceeds Enrollment at Midlothian Higher Education Center

December 14, 2012 by Midlothian Economic Development

When Navarro College and Tarleton State University cemented their bond as a Multi-Institutional Teaching Center (MITC) in Midlothian, Texas, in April 2012, the partner schools were excited about the prospects to come.

Today, just a little more than six months later, it's clear that students are excited too.

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Midlothian Manufacturing Recognized in North Texas

November 12, 2012 by Midlothian Economic Development

With the recent article in the Dallas Morning News regarding the Gerdau steel mill in Midlothian, it is becoming apparent that there is a growing recognition of the industrial development in this community.

While Gerdau is the single largest employer in Ellis County, Texas, we are fortunate to have a wide range of industrial and distribution companies that have discovered value in starting and growing their operations in Midlothian.

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Midlothian ISD Approved 2nd High School

Midlothian's population growth and commitment to quality education will positively affect economic development and our ability to attract primary industry.

The Midlothian Independent School District approved an under-budget site package for High School No. 2 at a special called meeting Monday, June 25, 2012.

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Midlothian Bets on Developers' Interest

It was a strategic gathering of top industry players at the RECon 2012 Global Retail Real Estate Convention in Las Vegas from May 20-22.

Held by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the convention offered an unparalleled opportunity for community leaders to network with real estate professionals from around the world.

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Ash Grove Cement Company Modernizes Midlothian Plant

MIDLOTHIAN, Texas  The Ash Grove Cement Company's Board of Directors approved a $125 million-plus investment in the company's Midlothian, Texas, plant at its May meeting. A new preheater, precalciner production system will make Ash Grove's facility among the lowest emitting cement producers in Texas.

According to Ash Grove Chairman Charles Sunderland, “We were considering a range of options as a result of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) portland cement National Emissions...

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Midlothian Wins Approval for New Higher Education Center

Building further on a solid reputation of educational excellence, community and college leaders came together on April 26, 2012, at the Midlothian Conference Center to celebrate the official formation of the Midlothian Higher Education Center (MHEC).

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