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At Rural Water District No.6, Garvin County, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Legislative Alert

Please find in the State Senate Bills in the Forms and Reports Tab under all forms on the Home Page of the website. You can also see the link on the right side of the site in the related links section. The following phone numbers are for you to call for questions and comments about the Bills. When searching for the Bill(s) enter SB 353 or SB 357 to search.

State House (800)522-8502    and      State Senate (800)865-6490 

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February 2015 - Cold Hands & Warm Hearts

February 2015 - Cold Hands & Warm Hearts

February can be ice-cold, frigid and imposing, full of hazards and threats. February can also be heart-warming, affectionate and tender, full of love and romance.


February is National Heart Month in both the US and Canada (not surprising for the month of St. Valentine), the month in which we are reminded to focus on heart health. February is the month for which I can instantly recall the number of days without even going through the “30 days has September” chant in my head. February is the only month that actually gains a day every four years.  For such a short month, February actually has a whole lot going on: sometimes good, sometimes bad, but usually memorable. . . 

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