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In this 2003 photo is the former housing area of the Black Hills Army Depot near of Edgemont, S.D. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday federal workers are drafting a plan to size up and clean up contamination from chemical weapons at the old Army depot where much of the U.S. military's munitions were stored from 1942 to 1967. (AP Photo/Doug Dreyer, File)

Army considers options for SD depot site cleanup

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By Carson Walker

SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Federal workers are moving ahead with a plan to remove any lingering contamination to a swath of South Dakota farmland that once housed an Army depot where dangerous munitions were stored.


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