Water in Richardson: What’s behind its taste?

Water in Richardson: What’s behind its taste?

Kathryn Vos said she finds herself not drinking as much water as she should be. Instead of filling her water bottle in the morning as she would usually do, she waits to find a working water fountain throughout the day. “I just don’t (drink from the tap) because of the...

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Water crisis spurs student activism

Water crisis spurs student activism

Screams of support cut through the wind as students cheered on their fellow teammates who were running toward the finish line as fast their buckets brimming with water would allow. It was a simple game with a significant purpose: to enlighten students about the importance of water. The United Nations...

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Chlorine in water part  of routine maintenance

Chlorine in water part of routine maintenance

A noticeable difference in chlorine levels in the water around campus is the direct result of routine annual water maintenance by The North Texas Municipal Water District, which will last until April 10. Hunter Stephens, the assistant director of public services for the City of Richardson, said the chlorine is...

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