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If rain comes, run-off can be a problem

There’s not much of a problem this year.
There’s not much rain to cause a problem.
But a rural Hoisington woman met with the Barton County Commission this week about an issue that well could be a problem, if we ever do get rain.
It has certainly been a problem in that past and she’d like to see it addressed.
Marleeta Anspaugh told the commissioners that where she lives, in Eureka Township, the ditches have become so filled with sand that has been washed off the township roads that they simply cannot carry off serious raid water ...

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