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Published January 19, 2013, 12:00 AM


At left, Brad Bolton owns a ranch south of Dallas that would be crossed by the proposed Keystone XL crude oil pipeline. He was angered at past treatment he received from pipeline company TransCanada and has been annoyed at the company’s propensity for flying over with helicopters and scaring his cattle, but he thinks he received fair compensation for an easement through his property.

Gerry Leber, top right, and Lee Weidner, bottom right, both of rural Colome, own land on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route in South Dakota. (Chris Huber/Daily Republic)

Read the article: SD landowners support Keystone pipeline or are resigned to it