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A county decides to fight back on pipeline

Published 11/02/2009, On Dakota

CARPENTER – There are no oil reserves waiting to be jacked from beneath the fertile soils of the James River valley. But the Jim is a slow-draining river, falling just an inch per mile in many stretches. And that long flat valley provides a near-perfect path for TransCanada to build a transcontinental oil pipeline through South Dakota.

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