PIERRE — Kennebec and Miller are two of seven cities across South Dakota that will share three-point-nine million dollars in economic development grants being distributed by the South Dakota Department of Transportation. Kennebec, in Lyman County has been awarded 600-thousand dollars for Main Street, which serves a business area and a grain elevator. Miller was awarded 387-thousand 700-dollars for a project on East Fourth Street that serves a school. The grants are aimed at smaller communities and counties across the state. The grants will cover 80-percent of construction costs, up to 600-thousand dollars. Other cities getting funding for projects include Freeman, Lemmon, Wall, Canistota and Corona. The funding comes from the State Highway Fund. Four-million dollars was available through discretionary funds. Community Access grants are accepted in the summer and awarded in the fall.