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Lake committee looks at circulators to fight algae blooms


Water circulators could soon be proposed as a method for reducing algae blooms on Lake Mitchell.

The Lake Mitchell Advisory Committee heard a presentation Wednesday afternoon at City Hall from the SolarBee company, which is headquartered in Dickinson, N.D. The company has installed hundreds of its SolarBee circulators in various types of waterbodies.

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Seth Tupper
Seth Tupper grew up in Wessington Springs and Kimball and earned a journalism degree from South Dakota State University. He has worked for The Daily Republic in various capacities since 2003, including region reporter, city hall reporter, assistant editor and editor. He was promoted to publisher in March 2014.