Vol 4, Issue 14

Wink Sink No. 2 formed in 2002 around a well that once supplied water for drillers on the the Hendrick Oilfield. The larger of Winkler County's two sinkholes, it measures 900 feet across at its widest point.
Wink Sink No. 2 formed in 2002 around a well that once supplied water for drillers on the the Hendrick Oilfield. The larger of Winkler County's two sinkholes, it measures 900 feet across at its widest point.

Sinkhole Warnings Don't Faze West Texas

A recent study has thrust the Wink Sinks — two breathtaking sinkholes in Winkler County which have long been objects of fear and fascination — into the national spotlight. 

Greg Story, a hydrometeorologist at the National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center.
Greg Story, a hydrometeorologist at the National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center.

The Q&A: Greg Story

In this week's Q&A, we interview Greg Story, a hydrometeorologist at the National Weather Service West Gulf River Forecast Center.

Lake Texoma in October 2013. Once a major water supply for North Texas, it has been offline amid a zebra mussel infestation.
Lake Texoma in October 2013. Once a major water supply for North Texas, it has been offline amid a zebra mussel infestation.

The Water Calendar

Key meetings and events over the coming weeks.

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