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Missouri River / Water Shortage #324763

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pick City, North Dakota: Gary Reaves) Dropping water levels of lakes along Missouri River examined; details given of water shortage's impact upon tourism in North Dakota and SD, scenes shown. [Resort owner Mark SLATER - blames water shortage upon dams.] [Port of Omaha spokesperson John HALL - says there is not enough water.] [North Dakota Governor George SINNER - says situation is unfair.] [US Army Corp of Engineers spokesperson Duane SVEUM - defends government stance.] [Pick City, North Dakota, Mayor Connie PARISH - says towns depend upon tourism in summer to survive winter.]

Rather, Dan;
Reaves, Gary

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