The water level at Cheney Reservoir is up about a foot from earlier this year, allowing some boats to set sail again. During normal rainfall years, city officials are considering taking Cheney’s excess water and putting it in a storage facility northwest of Wichita.
The water level at Cheney Reservoir is up about a foot from earlier this year, allowing some boats to set sail again. During normal rainfall years, city officials are considering taking Cheney’s excess water and putting it in a storage facility northwest of Wichita. The Wichita Eagle
The water level at Cheney Reservoir is up about a foot from earlier this year, allowing some boats to set sail again. During normal rainfall years, city officials are considering taking Cheney’s excess water and putting it in a storage facility northwest of Wichita. The Wichita Eagle

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August 03, 2013 04:54 PM

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