PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - A leak from the Keystone oil pipeline in South Dakota has brought cleanup workers to a tiny nearby town.
 
Suzie Easthouse, general manager at the Front Porch in Langford, says the restaurant will provide meals for TransCanada workers who hurried to the Keystone pipeline spill site. She'll serve Friday supper and a middle-of-the-night shift meal for 80 people, with meals for 100 people on Saturday.
 
Easthouse is planning chicken and roast beef with mashed potatoes for the Friday dinner.
 
She has mixed emotions about the pipeline, which has brought business to Langford, population 300, but also raised environmental concerns. She says: "It's almost like everybody's fears have come true with it. It's not the notoriety we really want in small town South Dakota."