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An excerpt:

Climbing 40-foot electrical poles in the wind, rain, sleet and snow is an adrenaline rush, says Brett Vinns.
It’s also a fast route to an impressive salary – nearly $100,000 annually for a lineman with an associate’s degree and five years experience.
“I’ve thought about it since I was little,” said Vinns, 20, who is pursuing his degree in electrical power technology from Pratt Community College. “I figured it would be fun to go into.”
On Tuesday, Vinns and a classmate, Dalton Kincaid, demonstrated some of the exercises they’ll be doing at a new “pole farm” in Wichita.


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