The city of Lafayette has lifted a boil water notice for a portion of the Indian Peaks Subdivision after a water sample tested positive for E. coli.
The City of Lafayette placed a portion of the Indian Peaks Subdivision on a boil water notice Friday night after a water sample tested positive for E.coli.
Despite several oil spills that were caused by flooding the state health department says its testing found no evidence of oil and gas pollution in rivers.
In Boulder County there are high levels of e- coli and coliform in nearly 70 percent of homeowners’ wells since the flooding.
The town of Lyons is just in the beginning phases of restoring some of the essential municipal services.
Even without taking a sip, some bacteria in floodwaters can be deadly.
Just in time for the warm weekend the swim beach at the Aurora Reservoir is open again.
A popular swim beach has been closed at the Aurora Reservoir because of E.coli contamination levels. Officials hope to reopen the beach to swimmers by Friday.
A western Kansas company is recalling more than 50,000 pounds of ground beef products due to concerns that it could be tainted with E. coli.
All Brighton residents can drink tap water after a three-day boil order was dropped Saturday and water was fully restored to 18 homes on Sunday.