Drought puts Lake Hefner boating season in jeopardy

Oklahoma City is advising owners that the next two to three weeks likely will give them their best opportunity to float boats left high and dry because of the drought.

BY WILLIAM CRUM Published: February 6, 2013
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In a further indication of how bad the drought has become, Oklahoma City officials are set to cancel the boating season at Lake Hefner and are studying a proposal to raise water rates.

The city is preparing...

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