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August 10, 2014 7:27 AM

Is Wichita’s water at risk like Toledo’s?

Conditions that led to Toledo residents temporarily having to stop using their drinking water because of toxic conditions in Lake Erie aren’t likely to happen to Cheney Reservoir, where Wichita gets 60 percent of its water.

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