Smaller dam towns are drying up as lake water becomes scarce
Big cities like Los Angeles and Las Vegas that rely on the Colorado River have money to find water elsewhere. But an Arizona town on the shore of Lake Powell is also struggling with its water supply.
KUNC’s Alex Hager reports.
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