BUCYRUS - The city of Bucyrus Water Department has lifted the precautionary boil advisory for everyone except for one specific work zone, according to Steven White, lab technician for the department. Thursday morning, White said residents in the work zone are requested to keep boiling their water: Prospect Street from Hopley to East Southern Avenue; Faustina Avenue from Short Street to East Southern Avenue; and East Southern Avenue from Prospect Street to South East Street.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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