Good news for some Oklahoma lakes

www.sequoyahcountytimes.com Published: March 27, 2013
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SALLISAW -- Recent rain and snow has helped some Oklahoma water levels, including at Brushy Lake near Sallisaw.

But just how long the lake level will remain at or near normal may be another story, the Sequoyah County Times reports.



Bill Baker, Sallisaw's city manager, told the newspaper: “We have always known that we have a good watershed, the problem is that we only have one lake to hold it. Our challenge is to capture the water for use.”

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