PRAIRIE GROVE -- Muddy Fork Branch of the Illinois River runs through part of the city and a group of seventh- and eighth-graders from Prairie Grove Middle School hope to improve its water quality and protect the land along its banks. "We are hoping to achieve pure drinking water and fix any erosion problems so it will have the best water quality," said seventh-grader Luke Stuck.
LINCOLN -- City officials will evaluate two bids on a project to replace all water meters and install system using handheld and mobile devices to read meters. Currently, a city employee manually read each meter for use. Rhonda Hulse, city business manager and grants coordinator, gave an update on the project at a recent City Council meeting. Lincoln received two bids for the project. Henard Utility Products of Searcy submitted a $67,717 bid and HD Supply of Tontitown submitted a $46,400 bid.
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