WAHPETON, N.D. (AP) The North Dakota State College of Science has completed a $13 million infrastructure project.
The Daily News reports that the Wahpeton school over the last two years has replaced the majority of its underground water and sewer lines, repaired or replaced several streets and parking lots, and enhanced campus security.
The project also improved outdoor lighting, upgraded pedestrian walkways and enhanced fire protection. Seventeen acres of land were reseeded and 380 trees were planted.
President John Richman says the school has one of the safest, cleanest and healthiest campuses around.