Stage 4 water restrictions force continual conservation

Flying over Wichita Falls is an exercise in visual monotony. Brown. Everything is brown. The lakes are empty. The grass is dead and the trees are dying. So, for city and university officials, managing the drought has become part of the daily routine as have the increasingly harsh restrictions … [Read more...]

Panel to discuss stage 4 water restrictions

Newspaper practicum students Brittany D’Alesandro, Megan Fernandez and Aleisha Solorio will host a discussion panel with community leaders tonight at 7 p.m. in Shawnee Theater in the Clark Student Center to explore ways that university students can help conserve water as the city enters stage 4 … [Read more...]