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Topic - Jim Wood
Although a wet February and March eased some drought concern in Crook County, the head of the Ochoco Irrigation District isn't sure whether he'll be able to make full deliveries to all 862 of his customers this year.
When the company behind the failed magnetic levitation - or maglev - train at Old Dominion University submitted a proposal to build a mass transit system using the technology in Virginia Beach, city officials seemed skeptical.
USA Swimming said Tuesday it has a second list of people under suspicion for inappropriate behavior, after already banning 46 coaches and officials for life.
He says he believes the city can negotiate with the state.
Jim Wood, 55, owner of the Aspen Valley Ranch in Post, said the governor's drought declaration will offer some relief, and he is thankful county leaders called for it, but it will still be a tough summer.