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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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  • 2,126,360WHAT IT IS: Assessed valuation of the city of Newton’s top taxpayer, Wal-Mart. According to the city’s 2013 budget book, Wal-Mart accounts for 1.8 percent of the city’s total valuation. The city’s other top taxpayers are: - Newton Medical Center at 1,716,081 assessed valuation - Dillons at 1,677,679 assessed valuation - Westar Resources at 1,673,319 assessed valuation - Cargill Inc. at 1,572,942 assessed valuation - Kansas Gas Service at 1,441,708 assessed valuation - Norcraft at 1,061,086 assessed valuation - Intrust Bank at 942,285 assessed valuation - Southwestern Bell at 942,150 assessed valuation - Burlington Northern at 930,069 assessed valuationTOP EMPLOYERS: The city’s top employers include: - Newton Schools USD 373, 850 employees - Newton Medical Center, 560 employees - BNSF Railway, 380 employees - Wal-Mart, 328 employees - Norcraft Companies, 336 employees - Prairie View, 259 employees - Dillons, 250 employees 
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