Written by RaeAnn Christensen,
Posted in Local,
Posted: Mon, August 19 2013 at 6:05 PM,
Updated: Mon, August 19 2013 at 5:13 PM
For only the 4th time in 20 years, the City of Ashland is resorting to its emergency water supply. NBC 5's RaeAnn Christensen spoke with city officials to find out what this means and how it will affect residents.
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NBC 5 News Reporter and Weather Forecaster RaeAnn Christensen earned a Bachelors degree from Weber State University, majoring in Communications and Broadcast Journalism.
RaeAnn started her career as a Producer for two local stations where she grew up in Utah. Working for the NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City, she won local awards for producing, and also became an Emmy award winning producer.
RaeAnn enjoys traveling, hiking, biking, cooking, country dancing, and spending time with her family and friends.
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