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Kaysville Water Parade to soak onlookers, spread conservation message

Mike Anderson  |  posted Jul 1st - 8:53pm
Attendees at the Kaysville Water Parade this Saturday should be prepared to get soaked. Organizers say they will use the parade to send a conservation message.
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Weber ‘water police’ cracking down on violators

Nicole Vowell  |  posted Jun 22nd - 10:49pm
Officials from the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District are out looking to catch residents over-watering and breaking the current watering rules.
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Video: SLC man captures footage of flooding in Lake Powell

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jun 17th - 7:49pm
Flash flooding at Lake Powell recently made headlines, and a Utahn captured it on video.
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Forest Service works to ready campgrounds for holiday weekend

Alex Cabrero  |  posted May 20th - 10:04pm
Heavy rainstorms moving through Utah this week have made plenty of campgrounds downright soggy. U.S. Forest Service crews spent the day Wednesday trying to get many of those sites ready for the Memorial Day weekend.
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Soaking rains saving cattle, farms in Tooele County

Jed Boal  |  posted May 18th - 10:31pm
After one of the driest winters on record, Tooele County farmers and ranchers desperately hoped for a wet spring. The recent soaking rains they've received mean many of them already have what they needed to avoid big losses.
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Utah, 7 other states get new federal drought aid

The Associated Press  |  posted May 18th - 5:17pm
Farmers and ranchers in the West's worst-hit drought regions will receive an additional $21 million to help them save water and soil despite the long dry spell.
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Significant rainfall increases workload for Davis, Weber county authorities

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 17th - 10:32pm
Farmington Canyon will be closed for the next three days after a giant boulder — estimated to be the size of a small- to medium-size vehicle — fell onto the main road.
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Report suggests anticipatory steps to compensate for projected Colorado River supply shortfalls

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 17th - 7:33pm
How can the Colorado River, which is facing its worst drought in a 100-years, be saved? A new report released by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation highlights some early strategies and lays the groundwork for Utah and other states for new options.
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Don't water outside for a week, Salt Lake County conservationists plead

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 11th - 4:57pm
A recent bout of spring rains has done nothing to erase the effects of a prolonged drought, but experts say the extra moisture means residents don't need to turn on their outdoor faucets for at least the next week.
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Photos: Best of weather after Utah's May showers

Martha Ostergar  |  posted May 8th - 5:42pm
A continuing series of storms and showers this week has made for some great weather pictures from around the state. Contribute your photos through iWitness.
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