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$12M announced in highway funding

WASHINGTON -- Flood-impacted communities in North Dakota will receive nearly $12 million in federal funding to support highway and road repairs, members of the state Congressional delegation announced Thursday.

WASHINGTON - Flood-impacted communities in North Dakota will receive nearly $12 million in federal funding to support highway and road repairs, members of the state Congressional delegation announced Thursday.
The Divide County Basin will receive about $6.2 million. The Southern Mouse River Basin will receive nearly $4 million and the West James River Basin will receive about $1.7 million.
The funds are made available through the Emergency Relief program within the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.

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