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Rising groundwater damaging northeast Colorado homes


Maes is one of at least dozens of residents drowning in groundwater. The problem stretches well beyond Gilcrest — from Denver to Julesberg near the Nebraska border, according to water level measurements available in various studies — but this Weld ...


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