Dubois tries to rehabilitate a industrial site

Wyoming – When the Louisiana Pacific Sawmill in the town of Dubois closed in 1988, one third of the town's private-sector jobs were gone overnight. Weeds reclaimed the sawmill yard and its abandoned buildings. And the cars of tourists that stream by on Route 26 all seem bound for Yellowstone National Park, 80 miles to the northwest. Meanwhile, the small town of only 900 residents has been searching for a way to redefine itself. Wyoming Public Radio's Elizabeth Davis has a story about how that definition may come by way of the sawmill site once again