by MATT HUGHES
J-E News Editor
Webster County Water District has started 2014 off with a bang, already producing 10,225,950 gallons more than they had produced by the end of March one year ago. This despite vandalism that shut the water plant’s intakes down earlier this year.
“There is some flushing going on and there was a leak at one of the abandoned mines, but mostly the increase is usage,” said Assistant Superintendant Robert Schindley.