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Holey Ground

South Dakota homeowners accuse the state of failing to tell them their properties had been mined for gypsum below ground for years, an activity that turned the land into unstable Swiss cheese and has made their homes uninhabitable.

STURGIS, S.D. — South Dakota homeowners accuse the state of failing to tell them their properties had been mined for gypsum below ground for years, an activity that turned the land into unstable Swiss cheese and has made their homes uninhabitable.

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