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Minnesota DNR, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Minnesota DNR, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Minnesota DNR Evaluating Central Minnesota Groundwater Levels, Quality

The state Department of Natural Resources is trying to figure out whether current levels of groundwater use are sustainable and whether action is needed to protect water availability in the future.

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Farm Water Quality Event Set for Western Minnesota

Farmers in the Whiskey Creek area of western Minnesota are being invited to learn more about how they can help clean up the region's lakes and streams.

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The ladder inside the Sauk Rapids water tower that leads 170 feet up to the top. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
The ladder inside the Sauk Rapids water tower that leads 170 feet up to the top. (PHOTO: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Behind the Scenes: Thousands of Gallons Stored in City Water Towers [VIDEO]

Standing anywhere from 150 to 200 feet tall, the water towers in the area provide water pressure for the cities they serve.

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Bill For Minnesota Water-Treatment Plant Stokes Anger

Park Rapids residents will see their water bills rise about 25 percent to help pay for a water-treatment plant, but some residents are angry that they're paying to clean contamination caused by farmers.

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Drinking Water Service Lines Freezing in St. Cloud Metro [AUDIO]

Thanks to a brutally cold winter, drinking water service lines have been freezing in the St. Cloud Metro area.

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Cold Spring City Council Adopts Water Supply Plan [AUDIO]

The Cold Spring City Council unanimously approved the city's water supply plan at last night's (Wednesday) meeting.

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Ashli Gerdes, WJON News
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Water Challenge: St. Cloud Water Vs. Bottled Water [VIDEO]

St. Cloud was recently the runner-up to Duluth for best tasting water in the state in the 2013 "Best in Glass" contest.

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People beat the heat at Warner Lake Park. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
People beat the heat at Warner Lake Park. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Chilling in the Heat [VIDEO]

People everywhere are trying to find the best way to beat the mid-summer heat, and what better way then take a refreshing dip in the lakes.

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Photo by: Brent Fitzgerald, Flickr
Photo by: Brent Fitzgerald, Flickr
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No Charges Recommended in Houseboat Accident

Winona County sheriff's officials aren't recommending any criminal charges in a houseboat accident on the Mississippi River.

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Cold Spring Water Battle Continues

Under tight deadlines the Cold Spring City Council voted Wednesday to move forward in their hunt to find a new city water well site.

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