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Pea Ridge Boil Order Notice Lifted

UPDATE: The boil order for City of Pea Ridge has now been lifted. You do not need to empty ice makers or drain anything because there was no contamination, reports Pea Ridge Times.
UPDATE: The boil order for City of Pea Ridge has now been lifted. You do not need to empty ice makers or drain anything because there was no contamination, reports Pea Ridge Times.

Report from March 8, 2014:

Boil Order Affects Schools, City Blames Snow for Broken Pipe

PEA RIDGE -- Water woes affect Benton county this weekend.

The city of Pea Ridge issued a boil order notice on Saturday, and it will remain in effect until further notice, according to officials at the city's water department.

A water line did break nearby, which could be a reason for the boil order, according to the City of Pea Ridge's Facebook page.

Places not affected include the Brush Creek and Givens areas.

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