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Manure spill

Runoff causes 'stinky' situation

6:35 AM, Nov. 6, 2013
Rod Baudhuin faces what is normally a dry creek bed on his property that leads to Kayes Creek, with two of his spring-fed ponds behind him.
Rod Baudhuin faces what is normally a dry creek bed on his property that leads to Kayes Creek, with two of his spring-fed ponds behind him.
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One week after a manure spill in southern Door County, brown water was still flowing in what is normally a dry creek bed that leads to Kayes Creek.

Manure showed up in the unnamed tributary Oct. 25 and an investigation by authorities as to how and why is still pending. Kayes Creek is a seven-mile-long stream that flows through the Gardner Swamp State Wildlife Area before emptying into Little Sturgeon Bay.

The spill was reported by neighbors who live on or near County K in the town of Gardner near Brussels. Two declined comment, but Rod Baudhuin, who lives at 9500 E. Gardner Road, said this manure ...

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