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What’s wild on Wednesdays?

What’s wild on Wednesdays? WE ARE at Topock 66! Join Murphy Broadcasting’s Jessi and Friends for WILD WEDNESDAYS in October at Topock 66 Resort! Enjoy a savory bacon wrapped filet and lobster for just 25 dollars and 1 dollar off all adult beverages for our WILD WEDNESDAY Murphy Broadcasting crowd! Fun and games? yeah, we got those, too. Grab your friends and drive or boat down to Topock 66 this Wednesday starting at 5pm. Wild Wednesdays in October at Topock 66 Resort, I-40, exit 1, where the river meets the mother...

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ADEQ Update on Colorado Gold King Mine Spill

  Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) officials announced today it has examined data provided by states upstream of Lake Powell and closer to the Gold King Mine spill. ADEQ’s analysis of data released by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality of samples collected about 100 miles from Lake Powell (closest Utah sample) shows that water quality conditions in the San Juan River upstream of Lake Powell are generally consistent with pre-spill conditions. “Based on what we’re seeing with the water flowing into Lake Powell, we don’t expect there to be noticeable change in water quality in Arizona,” ADEQ Director Misael Cabrera said. “To put this spill into perspective, the three million gallon estimated volume of the spill represents a minuscule fraction of a percent (0.000071 percent) of the total volume of water in Lake Powell (more than four trillion gallons as of July 29, 2015) Cabrera said, adding that ADEQ does not expect this spill to have short- or long-term negative impacts to Lake Powell and the downstream Colorado River.” ADEQ has been and will continue coordinating with public health and environmental agencies in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, as well as with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Navajo Nation officials to gather, analyze and share water quality data with each other and the public as it becomes available. Beginning August 14, these officials began lifting water use...

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Shower and thunderstorm activity is beginning to increase across central and northern Mohave County (AZ) and southern Clark County (NV) this afternoon. Expect activity to continue to increase over the next 2-3 hours. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING is in effect for the Jean & Primm areas through 200 PM. Storms are moving north at 15-20 MPH and are capable of generating heavy rain, strong winds and small hail. Storms do have the potential of impacting the Las Vegas...

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