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Published October 23, 2013, 08:05 PM

85th Annual North Dakota Water and Pollution Control Conference kicked off Wednesday

Don't tell people living in Medina, North Dakota, that all water tastes the same. That's because the city with a population of 308 in Stutsman County -- has the hardware to prove it has the best tasting tap water in the state.

Don't tell people living in Medina, North Dakota, that all water tastes the same. That's because the city with a population of 308 in Stutsman County -- has the hardware to prove it has the best tasting tap water in the state.

Ten municipalities from across the state brought tap water samples to Grand Forks for a blind taste test -- that included samples from Grand Forks, Mayville, Fargo, Bismarck, Enderlin, Lisbon and Mandan. The samples were first narrowed down by a "people's choice" vote -- to just three favorites -- Valley City, Wahpeton and Medina.

Our own Victor Correa and Molly Thorvilson were both part of the celebrity panel that taste-tested the three finalists. The competition is part of the 85th Annual North Dakota Water and Pollution Control Conference.

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