While toxic algae is causing some concerns in Ohio and surrounding states, The Bryan Times reports that Williams County has not detected any algae blooms so far. Meanwhile, the Associated Press is reporting today that a toxic algae outbreak, which was detected two months ago, spread more than 600 miles down the Ohio River through four states, and it should be a warning to cities that get their drinking water supply from lakes, rivers and man-made reservoirs. According to the paper, Bryan Municipal Utilities gets its drinking water from seven artesian wells with an average depth of 131 feet, and while other areas around the state have been affected, Williams County has been safe.
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