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County bridges serious issue in Tuesday meeting

A year ago, Barton County was just being able to breathe a sigh of relief that two of its crucial rural bridge would be open in time for the fall grain harvest.
What a difference a year makes.
The bridges have long since been open, but just because the quick work last year got the bridges on the Radium Road and south of Ellinwood back in use, doesn’t mean that the county is free of bridge concerns, and the Barton County Commission continues to stress the need for bridge safety.
The issue will be addressed again when the commission ...

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