Lubbock's major supplier of drinking water at record lows
Despite above normal rainfall for the year across most of the Texas Panhandle, Lake Meredith, a major supplier of drinking water to the High Plains, continues to fall and it at a current depth of 42.92 feet.
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#1 Aug 4, 2010
When water is the price of oil per gallon perhaps people will begin to take thirst seriously!
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