A school district in northeast Iowa is trying to fix troubles in its water. The North Linn School District has sent letters to parents about high levels of coliform bacteria in the district’s water supply. The bacteria was found in the district’s central campus in Troy Mills. D-N-R officials say the bacteria is the type that’s often found in the environment and it’s rarely harmful. The district’s water supply was tested and treated last weekend.
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