Impact of corporate merger unclear
It is too soon to tell whether a proposed merger between R.R. Donnelley and Moore Wallace will affect Donnelley's Danville plant, according to a company spokesman.
The merger is expected to be complete in late March.
No massive plant consolidations are expected because the companies make different products, said Katherine Divita, a Donnelly spokeswoman.
Donnelley prints and distributes magazines at its Danville plant. Moore Wallace prints statements and labels, like phone bills.
The merger could create a company that has more than $8 billion in annual revenues and 50,000 employees worldwide. The company will retain the Donnelley name and its headquarters will be in Chicago.
On the Net: www.rrdonnelley.com and www.moorewallace.com.
New clinic offers health care to poor
BEREA (AP) - Volunteers have opened a health clinic here that will serve people in Garrard, Madison and five other counties who don't have medical insurance.