COLUMBIA — The length of Hinkson Creek that passes through Columbia has been on the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 303(d) impaired stream list since 1998. The creeks appearance on the list means pollution is too high for swimming, drinking and has left low numbers of certain fish, invertebrates and insects.
TODAY'S QUESTION: What should be done about pollution in Hinkson Creek?
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