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State water situation looks better than last year

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State water situation looks better than last year

By Dar Danielson Things will look a lot different compared to last year when the state starts its monthly water reports next month. Tim Hall compiles the information for the Department of Natural Resources. “If you look at the drought monitor, we were in much worse shape going into 2013 than we were going into 2014,” Hall says. […]

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