Lake Nighthorse water makes it to western La Plata County

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Lake Nighthorse water makes it to western La Plata County

Spigot opens on 4.6-mile pipeline connecting two reservoirs
Lake Nighthorse water flows into Lake Durango on Monday during a test flow that Charlie Smith, general manager of Lake Durango Water Authority, has been monitoring. The successful test represents a major milestone to provide a reliable source of water to western La Plata County.
Lake Durango can now fill with water from Lake Nighthorse after a pipeline was completed between the two bodies of water. The reservoirs are 4.6 miles apart. The new connection gives western La Plata County a reliable source of water.
Lake Nighthorse water flows into Lake Durango on Monday during a test flow. The two reservoirs are 4.6 miles apart. The new connection gives western La Plata County a reliable source of water.
A crawdad found the water inlet at Lake Durango, which filled with water from Lake Nighthorse after a pipeline was completed between the two bodies of water.

Lake Nighthorse water makes it to western La Plata County

Lake Nighthorse water flows into Lake Durango on Monday during a test flow that Charlie Smith, general manager of Lake Durango Water Authority, has been monitoring. The successful test represents a major milestone to provide a reliable source of water to western La Plata County.
Lake Durango can now fill with water from Lake Nighthorse after a pipeline was completed between the two bodies of water. The reservoirs are 4.6 miles apart. The new connection gives western La Plata County a reliable source of water.
Lake Nighthorse water flows into Lake Durango on Monday during a test flow. The two reservoirs are 4.6 miles apart. The new connection gives western La Plata County a reliable source of water.
A crawdad found the water inlet at Lake Durango, which filled with water from Lake Nighthorse after a pipeline was completed between the two bodies of water.