Baker Hughes pays for stoplights at Dickinson development
When traveling on Highway 22 north of Dickinson, be prepared to stop in the coming weeks.
California-based Baker Hughes is paying more than $300,000 for traffic signals at the intersection leading into its facility, according to an agreement with the city of Dickinson.
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