Brothers Weldon (left) and Loren Sprouse fought against a high-voltage transmission line that Clean Line Energy wanted to erect across their property south of Braymer, Mo. The “Grain Belt Express” project would have carried wind-generated power to the east from Kansas. The Missouri Public Service Commission rejected the plan Wednesday.
Brothers Weldon (left) and Loren Sprouse fought against a high-voltage transmission line that Clean Line Energy wanted to erect across their property south of Braymer, Mo. The “Grain Belt Express” project would have carried wind-generated power to the east from Kansas. The Missouri Public Service Commission rejected the plan Wednesday. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Brothers Weldon (left) and Loren Sprouse fought against a high-voltage transmission line that Clean Line Energy wanted to erect across their property south of Braymer, Mo. The “Grain Belt Express” project would have carried wind-generated power to the east from Kansas. The Missouri Public Service Commission rejected the plan Wednesday. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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