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Construction of the 12 mile long water reuse pipeline
Photo courtesy: City of Wichita Falls
Construction of the 12 mile long water reuse pipeline Photo courtesy: City of Wichita Falls
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Wichita Falls Waste Water Reuse System Online

The water is being sent by a 12 mile pipeline to the Cypress Water Treatment Plant for additional processing.

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Lake Arrowhead as it appeared in July, 2012
Photo by Mike Hendren
Lake Arrowhead as it appeared in July, 2012 Photo by Mike Hendren
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Lake Levels Rise, More Stringent Conservation Rules Looming for Car Wash Biz

Here’s something you haven’t heard in some time: lake levels are up, but for how long?

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Throwback Thursday: When A Drought Was The Last Thing Wichita Falls Had To Worry About [VIDEO]

In 2007 the Wichita River crested higher than it had since 1941 and led to this massive flood.

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Graphic courtesy National Weather Service-Norman Oklahoma
Graphic courtesy National Weather Service-Norman Oklahoma
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Rainfall Will Soak Most of North Texas – We Hope

Storm system brings promise of significant rain to Texoma.

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Wichita Falls Enters Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe

Lake levels prompt Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe in Wichita Falls.

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Water Project Remains On Hold

Wichita Falls emergency water reuse project held up by more TECQ testing requirements

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Jimmy Fallon
Jimmy Fallon (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)
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Jimmy Fallon Cracks Joke About Wichita Falls During Tonight Show Monologue [VIDEO]

Jimmy Fallon ended his Tonight Show monologue on Thursday (5/8) with a joke about Wichita Falls and our plans to treat waste water and use it for drinking water.

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Today show live in Wichita Falls
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Today Show Reports Live From Wichita Falls Covering Waste Water Reuse Project

The Today show was live in Wichita Falls this morning examining the city's waste water reuse project, or as they so eloquently called it: "turning to toilets for tap water."

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