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Centertown back after water scare
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The water scare at Centertown School has turned out to be a wash. Water samples from the school have been collected and tested and no problems have been found, according to Warren County Utility District general manager Mike Green.Centertown School was closed Tuesday as a precautionary measure, but will be open for normal classes Wednesday.Green said the utility district was called to the school Monday to check on what was described as black specs in the water. Green said the specs were confined to the kitchen area and a nearby restroom and were not noticed anywhere else in the school.“We pulled nine samples from inside the school and six samples from around the school and found nothing wrong with the water,” said Green.