Manuel Hernandez pauses his work on a spud hopper for a photo Aug. 31 in Dubois, part of Clark County. “I like it here because it’s quiet,” said Hernandez, “but our kids are leaving. There are no jobs. We need some changes.” Hernandez has lived in Dubois for 14 years. Two of his children are attending college in Idaho Falls.
Manuel Hernandez pauses his work on a spud hopper for a photo Aug. 31 in Dubois, part of Clark County. “I like it here because it’s quiet,” said Hernandez, “but our kids are leaving. There are no jobs. We need some changes.” Hernandez has lived in Dubois for 14 years. Two of his children are attending college in Idaho Falls. John Roark Post Register
Manuel Hernandez pauses his work on a spud hopper for a photo Aug. 31 in Dubois, part of Clark County. “I like it here because it’s quiet,” said Hernandez, “but our kids are leaving. There are no jobs. We need some changes.” Hernandez has lived in Dubois for 14 years. Two of his children are attending college in Idaho Falls. John Roark Post Register

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