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The amount of fecal coliform entering the North Saskatchewan River from Edmonton has now dropped to levels last seen in 1910, according to monitoring and data modelling from the city’s drainage department.
Imperial Irrigation District board candidates face off for likely last time ...Imperial Valley PressImperial Irrigation District Division 2 and Division 4 candidates met Wednesday night for presumably the last time in a forum format before the Nov.
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