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Report: Nitrate in drinking water a costly problem for small, rural cities

from Minnesota Public Radio

For decades, the city of Randall, Minnesota, just northwest of Little Falls, relied on two wells to supply drinking water to its 650 residents. Then, in 2015, a routine water sample the city sent to the state health department tested above the safe drinking level for nitrates. State health officials asked for a second sample, then delivered the bad news.

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