TOP PHOTO: Martin Rosas, a union official, stands outside the National Beef complex in Dodge City, Kan., while members of the United Food and Commercial Workers local hand out fliers in April. Rosas, 36, a Mexican immigrant, is now an American citizen. ABOVE RIGHT: A sculpture of a longhorn steer, stands along Wyatt Earp Street near downtown in Dodge City in April. The city has long been a center of the meatpacking industry.
TOP PHOTO: Martin Rosas, a union official, stands outside the National Beef complex in Dodge City, Kan., while members of the United Food and Commercial Workers local hand out fliers in April. Rosas, 36, a Mexican immigrant, is now an American citizen. ABOVE RIGHT: A sculpture of a longhorn steer, stands along Wyatt Earp Street near downtown in Dodge City in April. The city has long been a center of the meatpacking industry.
TOP PHOTO: Martin Rosas, a union official, stands outside the National Beef complex in Dodge City, Kan., while members of the United Food and Commercial Workers local hand out fliers in April. Rosas, 36, a Mexican immigrant, is now an American citizen. ABOVE RIGHT: A sculpture of a longhorn steer, stands along Wyatt Earp Street near downtown in Dodge City in April. The city has long been a center of the meatpacking industry.

Sad time for Rock Hill

August 18, 2007 11:49 PM