WAWS Work Likely To Slow With Tighter State Budget

The Western Area Water supply was a grand plan designed to bring Missouri River water to a huge portion of Northwest North Dakota. Financed by the legislature and industrial water sales, the project hasn’t been without controversy, but hook ups are continuing. This legislative session, WAWS will be seeking an additional 29 million to keep

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WAWS Project Considers Delaying Payments To Towns

Water sales for industrial use are down 75% in the last year, and that puts the controversial Western Area Water Supply project in a financial pickle. Jim Olson with KX News has the story.

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Water project reaction mixed among communities

  The business plan for the Western Area Water Supply project (WAWS) that relied on the sale of water tot he oil industry is proving to be less than perfectly thought out. Some type of adjustment will need to made. Nick Smith has the story.

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WAWSA continues to expand

There are a lot of state dollars going to this project in the next biennium, but the scope of the project has grown significantly like everything has in the Western part of the state. This is a good get-you-up-to-speed article on the Western Area Water Supply project.

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WAWS Project Growing to Meet Demand

It’s known as the Western Area Water Supply Authority and it serves a five county area encompassing much of northwest and west-central parts of the state.

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