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Marilyn Hagerty, Matt Henson to help decide which ND city has the best water

Two Grand Forks news personalities will decide which city has the best water in North Dakota. Grand Forks Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty and WDAZ anchor Matt Henson have been chosen to judge the Drinking Water Taste Test championship at 11 a.m....

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Two Grand Forks news personalities will decide which city has the best water in North Dakota.

Grand Forks Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty and WDAZ anchor Matt Henson have been chosen to judge the Drinking Water Taste Test championship at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Alerus Center, according to a news release. The competition that will pit North Dakota cities against each other is part of the 90th annual North Dakota Water and Pollution Control Conference.

Three finalists will be judged by national experts, Hagerty and Henson.

The conference, which runs through Thursday, is organized by the North Dakota section of the

American Water Works Association, the North Dakota section of the Water Environment

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Association, and the North Dakota section of the American Public Works Association.

"Each year, the conference brings water professionals from around the state together to share information, hear about projects and learn about new technologies in the water industry," the release said.

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