Duckworth retires from CPU after 27 years

By JOSH TROY THE PRESS REGISTER,

General manager notices trend of employees sticking with company

Curtis Boschert took over as Clarksdale Public Utilities general manager in September 2018 and has already noticed the longevity of employees during his tenure of less than one year.

 
 
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