Elliott Electric Sees Recovery of Shuttle Debris in Nacogdoches Up Close

The quiet east Texas town of Nacogdoches is usually far from the television cameras of the national media. But last week Nacogdoches found itself in the public eye when over 2,500 pieces of debris from the space shuttle Columbia fell on the town of 29,000-plus residents. Bill Elliott, president of the Nacogdoches-based Elliott Electric, has been keeping tabs on the recovery efforts since the space shuttle Columbia broke apart last Saturday morning. The media swooped in on downtown

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