Search for water in Kansas pits farmers against cities
KINSLEY, Kan. (AP) — In the late 1980s, drought left the wells that supply water to the city of Hays and Russell in western Kansas precariously low. The near-catastrophe sent city leaders on the hunt for more water.
“We were just trying to survive from one year to the next,” former Hays mayor and city councilman Eber Phelps said.
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