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Thursday, June 14, 2012n Page 7


LAUREN DONOVAN/Tribune


Billings County Commissioners Allen Thompson, left, and Mike Kasian look at the five proposed alternatives for a Little Missouri River crossing at a meeting in Medora on June 7.


Little Missouri except for your ego,” he told Arthaud. “Billings County is the prettiest place


in north Dakota. Why ruin it with more roads and bridges?” Con Short asked The meeting was held to take com-


ments on alternatives in draft form. A final decision could be made next year. People can still enter written com-


ments until June 22. (Reach Lauren Donovan at 701-220- 5511 or lauren@westriv.com.)


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