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By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

H2O elves deliver water to those in need

Town of Lind without water for now

 

Last updated 1/5/2022 at 11:13am

Janice Dennis

Roger Smart and his daughter Sophie brought out the water truck to make deliveries to families in need when Lind residents found themselves without the precious resource.

LIND – The townhas been without water for at least the last 48 hours, and residents are helping each other out by delivering water to those who need it.

Resident Denise Snead gave kudos to local farmers Donna Bidek and Roger Smart for delivering water to residents, adding "this water project has been a nightmare."

Janice Dennis said Smart and his daughter, Sophie, were driving his water truck around town, giving water to families in need.

"This is what being good neighbors is all about," Dennis said.

Neither Mayor Paula Bell nor the Tow Hall staff could be reached for comment.

Janice Dennis

Delivering water as good neighbors do, are Roger and Sophie Smart.

Author Bio

Katie Teachout, Editor

Katie Teachout is the editor of the Ritzville Adams County Journal. She has more than a decade experience covering Eastern Washington, including the Upper Kittitas Valley, the Methow Valley and Okanogan and Ferry counties.

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