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Staff WriterIMPERIAL — A scheduled sewer rate hike of 2.9 percent for this fiscal year was approved Monday by the City Council that also decided not to hike water rates. The $1.33 increase, under the Consumer Price Index, derives from the water and sewer...
OLATHE, Kan. – If central U.S. lawns are looking faded or patchy and increasingly wheat-colored, that’s because most area homeowners grow cool-season turfs – tall fescue or Kentucky bluegrass. Unless irrigated regularly, those turfs...
On the same day that South Florida got a big warning about rising sea levels, Palm Beach County commissioners approved a state-required measure making it easier to build along the coast. The National Resources Defense Council on Tuesday released a report...
Tags: Global Warming, Oceans, Floods, Ecosystems, Environmental Issues
email@example.comAs cities across Texas struggle with water woes, they're looking to some unconventional sources. Fort Worth is leading the way in the state by selling "reclaimed water." That's sewage it's cleaned up. Most don't want to think about where water goes after...
Tags: Rivers, Energy Saving, Bodies of Water, Water Supply, Sports
Many years ago I stood at a rest stop on Interstate 29, gazing at what looked like a newspaper in a standard vending machine. The headline read: "Don't let recent rains fool you, the long drought is still happening.” At least that's how I remember it....
Just like us and our pets, our plants also need special care during times of drought and high temperatures. Every year the MSU Extension office gets calls from vegetable gardeners, concerned about large black spots on the bottom of their tomatoes. This...
ReutersRising sea waters may threaten U.S. coastal cities later this century, while the Midwest and East Coast are at high risk for intense storms, and the West could see compromised water supplies. These are among the expected water-related effects of...
The 33 NewsSince July 1st homeowners in Frisco have been reduced to watering their lawns just twice a week. Take a drive around any neighborhood and you can see the damage the sun is doing. "My husband pretty much sets the sprinklers so that we stay within the...
LOOMIS - In a continuing effort to operate as green as possible, Poet Biorefining is the first ethanol plant in the state to apply to use storm water in the facility rather than discharging it. Through an internal program called total water recovery,...
Tags: South Dakota, Renewable Energy, Biofuels, Ethanol, Poetry
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe city of Wichita takes back voluntary water restrictions. City officials tell Eyewitness News, crews were able to recharge and replenish the reserves overnight and no longer need people to cut back on water usage. The city doesn't know how many...
ReutersMCALLEN, Texas -- Sunshine and warm temperatures returned to rain-starved South Texas after Tropical Storm Don fizzled across the region before dawn Saturday, the National Weather Service said. Don left less than an inch of rain across much of the...
Tags: Texas, Human Interest, U.S. Coast Guard, KTLA, Tropical Weather
The 33 NewsThe Metroplex hit its 29th straight day of triple digit heat Saturday, and with a lack of rain recently, the weather is forcing some North Texas cities to ask its residents to conserve water. In Southlake, the watering rules were simply laid out: Water...
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