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Jesse Bradley, assistant director of the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources, outlined Nebraska’s obligations under a new agreement reached with Kansas on water use in the Republican River Basin during last week’s water conference. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kansas, Nebraska water officials outline aspects of long-term agreement

    Last summer Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado signed a cooperative agreement to manage water in the Republican River Basin  together.

Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Jackie McClaskey spoke at the URNRD’s second annual water conference in Imperial Monday. She shared how Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado have been able to put differences aside and work together on water issues in the Republican Basin that face all three states. (Johnson Publications photo)

Here’s real story behind how Nebraska, Kansas resolved their water differences

    After nearly 20 years of litigation that twice ended up before the U.S.

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