Flooded dorm reopens at USD after repairs wrap up
VERMILLION (AP) -- A student dormitory has reopened on the University of South Dakota campus after being shut down since Monday due to a water line break.
University spokeswoman Tena Haraldson says students were returning to Coyote Village on Thursday morning, after crews finished cleaning up the mess and restoring electricity.
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