by Kurt Hildebrand
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August 2, 2013
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Fiber optic project blocks spring

Installing technology for this century may have cost a treasure of the past when workers drilling a hole for fiber optic cable plugged a Topaz Lake commercial spring. Nevada Trading Co. owner Joe Scalise said his Topaz Summit spring was pumping out 2 gallons per minute of fresh water in February before workers for the Digital 395 Project started drilling along the highway to punch the cable under the north driveway of the Ironhorse Cantina. Scalise said he warned the workers that his spring was in the vicinity, but no one knows the exact location. Scalise had the water from …

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