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Mindful Cleaning

I’ve mentioned before that I don’t like to clean. But I do like living in a clean environment. So I spend a little extra time trying to avoid messes in the first place, and then on the weekends I normally set aside an hour or so to do some cleaning. 405 more words


Chantel and William

This is where it first started, Chantel and William were fed up at the pace in which Erin Maric and her group were moving. Erin was the new director of the ‘Great Lakes Charter’, and was fighting a losing battle against a formidable foe. 1,246 more words


Jonathan Whitfill & Victoria Marie Bee

Sculpture by: Jonathan Whitfill

Photo by: Victoria Marie Bee

Here, the artists depict common MISCONCEPTIONS that the public has about bodies of water in the Texas Panhandle. 193 more words


More water than I thought

You can make a discovery on occasion just by reading the material that comes with your water bill.

For example:

I did not know that there exists not one aquifer underground, but two of them. 313 more words

Local News

Circle of Blue: Ogallala Aquifer water level dropped again in 2015 in the Texas Panhandle

Ogallala Aquifer water level dropped again in 2015 in @HPUWCD of Texas Panhandle, but less than in 2014: @kyfo http://t.co/5EbDNB8MC8

— Circle of Blue (@circleofblue) April 24, 2015

Colorado Water

Chapter 11: The Great Plains

The Great Plains is one of the regions of North America with the lowest population densities. The region includes all or portion of the following twelve states in the United States: Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, New Mexico, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming. 847 more words