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A smaller canal known as a lateral runs off of Old State Route 87 in the Gila River Indian community near Sacaton. (Mike Sakal/Tribune)
Bruce Phillips of Waddell speaks before the Arizona Corporation Commission Wednesday, saying it was unfair for Arizona American Water Co. to construct a multi-million dollar water treatment facility during the economic downturn and force customers to pay off the facility’s debt.
Rita Richards of Corte Bella collected about 3,300 bottles of water to donate to Southwest Behavioral Health Services, which will give the water to the homeless and mentally disabled on the street.
Eduardo Quintero, left, and his son Cesar load up more than 3,300 bottles of water collected by Sun City West resident Rita Richards at her home. The water is donated to Southwest Behavioral Health Services, which will give the water to the homeless and mentally disabled on the streets of Phoenix.
The Scorpius Dance Theatre production "Dreaming in Water" plays live April 13 at Chandler Center for the Arts.
This undated photo shows capillary mat seedling grower in New Paltz, New York. Watering these seedlings is crucial as two or three days of neglect could spell death. A simple way to automatically water seedlings is to rely on the soil to draw water up from below by capillary action. (AP Photo/Lee Reich)
What was once a fertile field lies parched and dormant alongside a dry irrigation canal Monday, Sept. 23, 2002, near Casa Blanca, Ariz., on the Gila River Indian Reservation. An agreement that would slice through decades of litigation that has tied water rights in knots was introduced by Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., on Tuesday. The bill would spell out exactly how much of Arizona's precious water should flow to the Gila River Reservation in what many expect would increase the water allotment for farming expansion.(AP Photo/Matt York)
Rodney Lewis, former lt. governor for the Gila River Indian community and former legal counsel (left) pictured with his son, Stephen Roe Lewis (right), current Lt. governor and legal counsel for Gila River pictured in front of a portion of the community’s re-created Gila River. Earlier this month, SRP and the Gila River community announced the completion of a water rights settlement agreement that will give the Indian community stewardship of millions of gallons of water, helping to restore the Indian community’s culture and bring economic development to the region. (Tribune photo, Mike Sakal)
Jason Hauter, legal counsel for the Gila River Indian community looks out over desert land alonf Old Route 87 (the Hunt Highway) between Alma School and Dobson roads near the Olberg Bridge where the Gila River, once the lifeline of the Indian community used to flow near Sacaton. A recent water rights settlement announced by SRP and the Gila River Indian community is expected to help bring economic development to the region as well as restore many of the Indian community’s riparian areas and wetlands and hopefully, spur the return of the Gila River. (Tribune photo, Mike Sakal)
Can a river run through it again?: Vast desert land now stretches through part of the Gila River Indian community where its lifeline used to run — the Gila River. Here, the view is looking west from the Olberg Bridge along Old State Route 87 between Alma School and Dobson roads near Sacaton. A unique water rights settlment agreement between SRP and the Gila River community that was announced earlier this month gives Gila River stewardship over millions of gallons of water that are expected to help bring economic development to the region and restore many of the Indian community’s riparian and wetlands areas. The water will be both provided in surface and ground water, thousands of gallons which will be stored in underground storage projects. (Tribune photo, Mike Sakal)
Feet fly in the air on a slip and slide during Queen Creek's Seventh annual Monsoon Madness at Frontier Park. July,11,2009
Preston Scarlett, 5, of Queen Creek, gets a face full of water as he slips and slides during the Queen Creek, Ariz. Seventh annual Monsoon Madness at Frontier Park on Saturday July 11, 2009. High temperatures are expected to reach 114 degrees Saturday and Sunday in the Phoenix area. (AP Photo/East Valley Tribune, Darryl Webb) ** ARIZONA REPUBLIC OUT **
Researchers believe that this image of the surface of Mars shows evidence of seasonal flows of briny water on the planet.
A young boy goes for a swim with a life jacket on while Valley fire fighters talk to a group about water safety. So far this year eight children in the Valley have drowned.