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PEP is funded by Barton County

Barton County will continue to support a regional program that has shown it can help get new business starts in this part of the state.
The Barton County Commission agreed Monday to provide $15,295 for the continued operation of Prairie Enterprise Project, an effort that, since 2002, has brought more than 100 new small businesses to this region, according to PEP Board Chairman Vicky Dayton.
Dayton told the commissioners that the organization, which operates in Barton, Edwards and Russell counties, has encouraged area entrepreneurs and helped to train them in successful business models over that time.
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