Comments for: Oxford machine shop expansion to create 35 jobs

Posted Nov. 26, 2012, at 9:38 a.m.
Last modified Nov. 26, 2012, at 11:03 a.m.

OXFORD | Chris Hester’s office at Grover Gundrilling’s new Oxford facility still has that new building smell. Workers are putting the finishing touches on several other offices in the 50,000-square-foot former warehouse at 59 Industrial Way in Oxford. Grover Gundrilling is a “precision deephole drilling” company with clients in …

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  • Anonymous

    Good news for Oxford Hills and good news for Maine.

    • Anonymous

      Yes it’s good to see after all the murders,drugs, child porn and molestations. Not all the news is bad.

  • Anonymous

    Oh no! Those greedy venture capitalists have placed more money at risk in the state of Maine and a company is growing and hiring more people because of it. Can the Maine Legislature pass another regulation to stop this before its too late?

  • Anonymous

    Ya know, where is Oxford?? What is it near? Oh I know, I could look at a map, but I did, and still wonder where to hell is it??

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