(Updated to correct details for tax credits for housing development).
These should be good times for Norton County.
It's got four companies ready to invest $6 million in expansions, adding about three dozen jobs. Plus, area businesses have posted another 185 job openings.
All welcome news in this northwest Kansas county with a population of 5,459.
But there's a catch.
The county has so few homes available that it's not only struggling to attract employees to fill existing openings, but fighting to meet the demands of new development.
It's a problem facing all parts of . . .
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