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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.

It was a late night for crews starting the process of rehabilitating Emporia's water storage tanks near 24th and Industrial.

The water storage tank rehabilitation process continues.

After finishing in the top five in the Berkeley Springs Best-Tasting Water in the World contest the past three years, the city of Emporia is planning major upgrades to its ozone filtration system this year. Part of the reason why, according to City Manager Mark McAnarney, is to keep Emporia among the world's elite when it comes to tap water.

Work continues in northwest Emporia on the city's two water storage tanks at 24th and Industrial.

Representatives of the Neosho Regional Advisory Committee and the Verdigris Regional Advisory Committee held a meeting recently to discuss long-term planning for both river basins.

Now that the first draft of the 50-year Kansas Water Vision has been written and published, several state agencies are hoping to get the word out about the need for planning and personal responsibility.

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