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Thankfully, nobody lost water service after a 10-inch line developed a leak outside the Flint Hills Community Health Center.

Eastbound traffic is back to normal after a water main break affecting part of West Sixth Avenue on Thursday. Westbound traffic may not get back to normal flow for several days.

Emporia city crews are working a water line malfunction in northwest Emporia.

Underground Utilities Supervisor Gary Sadowski is relieved two water main breaks affecting parts of Emporia are now fixed.

After Gov. Sam Brownback announced he wants a 50-year plan on the state's water use last week, the Kansas Water Office -- one of the lead agencies in the effort -- says it will be soliciting input from every possible angle.

The Kansas Water Office is pleased with the local progress of certain streambank stabilization measures along the Cottonwood River.

The so-called "non-point source" measures are designed to reduce erosion.

The Kansas Water Office is holding a public hearing on Monday, November 4 to discuss Phase 1 of their Cottonwood River NonPoint Source Project.

Residents interested in the massive dredging project at John Redmond Reservoir received an update on the work ahead during a special meeting in Hartford on Thursday night.

Water service has been restored in parts of far eastern Emporia after a water line broke Friday evening.

Emporia's water storage tank project has made significant progress, just in time for the weather to take a cold and wet turn.

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