Boil Order 

A bid battle holds tiny Alderpoint's water supply hostage

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Grant Scott-Goforth

There's not much to see on a gray Friday in Alderpoint, the ground still damp from mid-February rains. As you descend into the blink-and-you-missed it town, a ruddy sign points you to the decently-stocked general store, which sits next to a one-pump…

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