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A Look At One Community's Tap Water Journey On This West Virginia Morning

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On this West Virginia Morning, after years of inconsistent access to tap water, some communities in McDowell County are now connected to a reliable water system. One of those communities is Keystone, where 57 percent of the population is Black.

Also, in this show, the Allegheny Front, based in Pittsburgh, shares its latest story on birding and a book that makes birds easier to understand.

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**Editor's Note: The web story about Keystone, McDowell County's tap water has been updated from the original radio broadcast to include the correct Keystone population, percentage of people who have moved away and the amount of the population that is Black.