Have you appreciated your water today? Imagine a lifetime without clean water.
Louisville non-profit WaterStep plunges into the depths of ocean exploration, water conservation, and solutions to some seriously crappy problems.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live underwater? The IF Water Conference presents the answer to this and other water-related questions in an immersive, all day event.
Be wowed by water at the Louisville Zoo, courtesy of the Louisville Water Company.
Saturday morning saw the annual Louisville half marathon and 5K, and I was in the middle of it.
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Louisville Water Company is giving away bottled water while supplies last, and boundaries are defined for those who should boil their water.
This Saturday, April 30 at Floyd's Fork Treatment Plant the Watershed Watch is conducting a free training for those interested in becoming water quality samplers.
Kentucky Waterways Alliance is not only working to protect and restore Kentucky's waterways, but they are also hosting the 3rd annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival this Saturday, March 5th at the Clifton Center.
News, events, restaurant inspection scores, park finder and now the Louisville Water Company has been added to that line-up; all at the palm of your hands with the Louisville Metro Government mobile apps. Use the Louisville Water Company component to access your online account or keep track of news and events.
A summary of local news for July 30, 2010
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