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Dickinson's water odor to clear soon


It's been more than two weeks since some Dickinson residents started complaining about a foul odor coming from their tap water, but the issue continues to linger.

In early September, residents noticed that their water tasted and smelled funny. Southwest Water Authority, the body regulating the region's water supply, explained the phenomenon as a result of Lake Sakakawea, the source of the area's water supply, "turning over."

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Bryan Horwath
A Wisconsin native, Horwath has been covering news in the Oil Patch of North Dakota since 2012. Horwath currently serves as the senior agriculture and political reporter for The Dickinson Press and, despite the team's tendency to always let him down, remains a diehard Minnesota Vikings fan.
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