CAMP MINDEN — With the help of the Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce, Explosive Service International, the contractor slated to carry out the disposal of nearly 16 million pounds of M6 artillery propellant at Camp Minden, will begin interviewing to fill 25 positions starting next week.

Jason Poe, vice president of ESI, says the chamber has been extremely helpful in providing ways to get the word out. In fact, he says, 16 people are already lined up to be interviewed for the position of explosive technicians next week.

“Jerri (de Pingre) and I have been working together and I’ve got 16 local people

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