Logan County water district breaks ground for new tower

Residents of Logan County who live east of Interstate 35 hope a new water tower will put an end to their water pressure problems.

BY ADAM KEMP Published: October 9, 2012

Marilyn Barton smiled as she lifted her golden shovel, loaded with Logan County dirt.

The president of Logan County Rural Water District No. 1 stood with fellow board members and officers during a groundbreaking ceremony about a shovel’s length from a mud hole, the site of a water tower that could be the answer to a growing community’s water problems.

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