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Shoreline work planned at James River bridge in Yankton Co.

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YANKTON (AP) -- Yankton County is spending up to $50,000 to place rock riprap near a bridge over the James River to prevent further shoreline erosion.

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The media reports that the erosion problems at the bridge on Old Highway 50 date back 20 years but were exacerbated by flooding last year.

Replacing the 60-year-old bridge would cost an estimated $4.8 million.

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