Title: SN FEA POWERLINES

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Staff Photo By Samantha Baker Levi White Eagle tugs on a rope Monday, Oct. 10, 2011, that will pull out fiber-optic cable from a truck parked on West Graham Road for installation to power lines on the west side of North Thompson Road and State Highway 264. The cable, which is more cost efficient to install aerially than underground, was being connected to current fiber-optic cable lines for Cox Communications that ended at West Graham Road.

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  • Submitted by: Caleb Fort
  • Photographer: Samantha Baker
  • Source: Northwest Arkansas Newspapers
  • Credit: Samantha Baker
  • Published: December 30, 2011
  • Photo taken: December 30, 2011
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  • Caption: Staff Photo By Samantha Baker Levi White Eagle tugs on a rope Monday, Oct. 10, 2011, that will pull out fiber-optic cable from a truck parked on West Graham Road for installation to power lines on the west side of North Thompson Road and State Highway 264. The cable, which is more cost efficient to install aerially than underground, was being connected to current fiber-optic cable lines for Cox Communications that ended at West Graham Road.