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This scene July 6, 2008, is the intersection of First Street East and First Avenue East in downtown Dickinson after a heavy rain hit the city. Officials said the water drainage was working fine, but a heavy rain in a short period overwhelmed the infrastructure's ability to drain water. The city is now looking at improving it's water infrastructure as the population continues to grow amid an oil boom.

Water in, water out: Millions of dollars are needed to upgrade Dickinson's H20, sewer systems

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Dickinson will need to spend millions of dollars in the next few years to upgrade its water and sewer systems to support projected growth in the city.

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Katherine Grandstrand
I graduated from Bemidji State University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in mass communcations, from Columbia College Chicago in 2009 with a master's degree in journalism.  
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