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Health advisory remains in place for local lake, 3 others lifted 

(KNZA)-- A public health advisory remains in place for a local lake due to blue-green algae, while three other local advisories have been lifted.

 The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, released a revised list on Friday of public health advisories for Kansas lakes. 

 The Brown State Fishing Lake, located northeast of Robinson, remains on the watch list.

 Advisories have been lifted for Horton's Mission Lake, Perry Lake and the Delaware River in Jefferson County  between Valley Falls and Perry Lake 

 For lakes on the watch list, KDHE says people are encouraged to avoid areas of algae accumulation and keep pets and  livestock away from the water. You should clean fish well with potable water and eat the fillet portion only. 


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