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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: Uncategorized- May 04, 2017 No Comments

This week’s headlines: Flooding across the state and midwest, Zebra Mussels found in Kansas, and the end of California’s drought rules.

MISSOURI

Flawed Dam

‘Flawed’ dam may threaten St. Louis area

KSDK

 

STL Sewer Runs

A sewer runs through it

Politico Magazine

 

Branson Flooding

Branson Area Flooding

Springfield News-Leader

 

Stream Team Welcome

Brisk morning welcomes Stream Team

Fulton Sun

 

Rising Meramec

Rising Meramec River threatens roads, homes, businesses

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Swelling Rivers

Central US: More rivers to swell to major or record flood stage this week

AccuWeather

NATIONAL

Invasives Found

Zebra Mussels found in Osae State Fishing Lake

Kansas Outdoors

 

Suing EPA

Environmentalists sue government for Lake Erie’s toxic algae

California Democrat

 

Flood Plans

Corps of Engineers discusses flood plans for Beaver Lake

4029 News

 

Paddling Away

Paddling away through Yellowstone National Park

Boys Life Magazine

 

Radioactive Plan

Illinois River spared from radioactive wastewater plant

Muskogee Phoenix

 

Conservation Rules

Despite drought’s end, conservation rules were still in place in California, until now

Sacramento Bee

 

Open Lake Disposal

Ohio EPA, US Army Corps of Engineers test Cuyahoga River bottom for potential open-lake disposal

Cleveland.com