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Talk Radio 1360 am – Sioux City, Iowa

Water service is off again for residents of Dakota City, Nebraska.

City officials say the transmission line broke again at 4:30 a.m. Monday.

This is the same line that broke Saturday at the Water Plant.

Crews are trying to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

The entire City was without water during parts of the weekend and residents were advised to boil the water they could receive.

Papio Rural Water will continue to test the water and work with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to test the water.

Residents with questions may contact City Hall at (402) 987-3448.

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SATURDAY STORY
The City of Dakota City is advising residents to boil water for one minute before drinking or cooking with it.

The city experienced a transmission line break from the plant to the Water Tower Saturday morning.

The entire City of Dakota City has been without water.

Papio Rural Water is continuing to test the water and work with the Nebraska Department Health and Human Services, Drinking Water Program, to protect the public health.

If you have any questions concerning please contact City Hall at (402) 987-3448.

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THE SIOUX CITY ART CENTER IS ADDING MORE PROGRAMS TO COMPLIMENT THE SHOWING OF JACKSON POLLOCK'S PAINTING "MURAL". CURATOR TODD BEHRENS SAYS THE ART CENTER WILL SOON BEGIN SHOWING A MOVIE [...]