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Boil-water order lifted in Auburn area KCRA Thursday 24th October, 2013 BUT THE GOVERNOR HAS ORDERED A SEVEN-DAY PERIOD. A COMMUNITY IN AUBURN HAS BEEN NOTIFIED THAT THEIR WATER IS NOT SAFE TO DRINK AND WATER CONTAMINATED BY FECES. MALLORY HOFF SHOWS
R.I. (AP) Officials at the Kent County Water Authority are continuing to investigate how E. coli got into its drinking water system, a contamination which prompted a boil-water advisory affecting thousands of people. TV (http://bit.ly/17RhlM8 )
R.I. (AP) A boil water order continues for tens of thousands of people served by the Kent County Water Authority because of E. coli found in a water storage tank, but a test is expected back that could put an end to it...If the result is free of E.
The Henderson County Water District has issued a boil water advisory for about 100 residences in the area between Spottsville and Hebbardsville...Negley Road, East Doubletree Road, Shawnee Road, Trace Chain Drive, Stillyard Road, and Kentucky 1078
A boil-water order has been issued to 25,000 customers of the Kent County Water Authority after tests found that a storage tank was contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1gRHe3w ) that water authority
01 PM Page modified September 22, 2013 at 6:04 PM Boil-water advisory issued for parts of Southwest King County Five thousand water-district customers in Southwest King County have been advised to boil their water, and cooking establishments have
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Residents in an Arizona community are being asked to boil their water after E...TV reports ( http://bit.ly/1dcpwHS) that Valencia Water Company's drinking water tested positive for coliform during
Residents living east of the Murdock canal between Grove Creek Drive (500 North) and the Lindon boundary (1000 South) no longer need to boil their water. Water samples have tested clean, and the water is safe to drink, officials said. "If residents
Steamboat Springs The city of Steamboat Springs has rescinded a boil water advisory that was issued at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday for all city water users, including Steamboat II, Silver Spur and Heritage Park. The Mount Werner and Treehaus water utility
The advisory went into affect over the holiday weekend after a water-main break on Sunday afternoon caused water outages in the Windermere area, and posed a threat of contamination to the public water supply.