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This home, though extensively remodeled over the years, is the birthplace of Jim Abdnor. He grew up in Kennebec and used the home as his base during his years in the U.S. Senate. (Noel Hamiel/For The Daily Republic)

ANALYSIS: Jim Abdnor: South Dakota's model of public service and a life well lived

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KENNEBEC -- Jim Abdnor's family home still sits on a corner lot a few blocks east of Main Street in Kennebec, population 240, where the only building stretching skyward is the grain elevator near the railroad tracks.

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