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By Bonnie Davidson
The Courier 

'Area D' Getting Dry Prairie Water Soon


Neighbors and residents near Bentonite Road noticed when the trucks started working again in the last few weeks after the deep cold caused a break for Macon Construction of Wolf Point. The trucks started digging with the backhoe as the deep freeze finally lifted and the ground thawed.

The construction company is contracted out by the Dry Prairie Rural Water Authority and is finishing the effort to supply the area with clean water. Clint Jacobs, director of the project, explained that the area is called Valley County Area D, which is south of Milk River and just west of Glasgow. The area is...

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