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June 17, 2001

Dry days
[Times photo: Maurice Rivenbark]
As residents and government officials wait and look to the sky for relief, the lakes and rivers that help feed our growing thirst are disappearing. Is this temporary or just the beginning?

Increased water use is par for the course
Mining was once the biggest user of water in the county, but with residential and commercial growth, usage patterns have shifted much in 20 years.

Jan Glidewell
Prospects promising for revival of the old
Maybe this is the year for a chance to revisit old times.

Building a relationship
Ed Favreau began helping Vertyle Moss and her 13 children by donating his services as a handyman. Now he's the man of her house.

Nunley's success a gift to dad
The Nunley stable helps Tracy's father, John B. Porter, become the third-winningest owner at Delaware Park through June 12 with $80,540.

Around and about

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  • Around the county
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  • Police reports

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