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Southwest Oklahoma Cities Wrestle With How To Ration Water Amid Plenty

This May already ranks as one of the wettest in state history, and continues to snuff out the four-year drought that dried up cities in southwest Oklahoma.

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Waurika Lake Gets New Life as Desperately Needed Rain Finally Falls

Now, the lake is 43 percent full, and rising.

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Lawton to Dredge Waurika Lake in Latest Attempt to Combat Drought

Lawton is pulling out all the stops in its battle with the ongoing drought in western Oklahoma.

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Drought-Stricken Cities in Southwest Oklahoma Look for Water Underground

Some communities are scrambling to supplement their current water sources, while others look for new sources — in Texas.

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Lawton Moves to Stricter Water Rationing as Lake Levels Continue to Drop

Lawton will move to Stage 3 water rationing.

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City of Duncan Water Rationing Unchanged as Waurika Lake Withers

The lake is the main source of water for Duncan, which is already rationing.

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Waurika Lake Water Levels at Record Lows, Even After Recent Rainfall

A healthy rain last week couldn’t keep the lake from setting record low water levels.

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