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South Dakota Electric Cooperatives Receive Millions from FEMA for Underground Power Lines

Last year, severe winter storms left thousands of South Dakotans without electricity.  American News now reports that South Dakota cooperatives will receive more than $27.5 million from FEMA to install underground lines.  These lines will replace overhea
November 30, 2010

Last year, severe winter storms left thousands of South Dakotans without electricity.  American News now reports that South Dakota cooperatives will receive more than $27.5 million from FEMA to install underground lines.  These lines will replace overhead lines that were particularly vulnerable to winter storms.

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