- I spent several months looking into the ramifications of a decades old plan that brought the city’s treated wastewater close to its drinking water supply. I found that there was strong evidence suggesting the treated wastewater, which often contains pharmaceutical drugs, was making its way to the city’s well field.
- For this story, I researched a proposed $65 million expansion of Columbia’s water treatment plant even though the city’s water use was well below the plant’s capacity. I pitched the story after someone mentioned the expansion to me during an interview for another article.
Profiles and features
- ‘Freak accident’ sets back Loveland resident – Loveland Reporter-Herald
- No Kill Columbia advocates less euthanasia at animal shelter
- Brookfield Building’s hazards evoke Downtown’s bad old days
- GM supplier will lay off 81 at Riverside plant – Kansas City Business Journal
- Unused Columbia wells tapped to store water from river bottoms
- Kansas City tech group works to create a bigger platform for Node
- City Council considering sidewalk improvements near Hickman High School
- MU buys .xxx domain names to protect trademark
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- New Haven teacher blends passions for art and education
- Volunteers remove a ton-and-a-half of trash during Hinkson Clean Sweep
- Thousands don pink for Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
- Rollover accident on I-70 leaves two people injured