City Officials Say Water Release Went Well
By all indications from City of Russell officials, the recent release of water from Cedar Bluff Reservoir to benefit Russell's Pfiefer well field near the Smoky Hill River went well and should improve the condition of all the wells in that field.
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Cedar Bluff Water Release Ends
The City of Russell started releasing water from Cedar Bluff Reservoir on Thursday, March 14 and according to Russell Public Works Director Arlyn Unrein, the water reached the west end of the Pfeifer well field at 7:30 PM on Monday, March 18, and the release was ended at that time.