Talent Irrigation District begins delivering water

TALENT, Ore. – Customers in the Talent Irrigation District (TID) will start getting their water deliveries over the coming weeks.

Earlier this month, Talent Irrigation District announced the start of the 2024 irrigation season.

Debris was flushed out and canals were soaked in preparation.

Monday, ditch riders started to let customers know when pressurized lines were ready to be used for irrigating.

TID told NBC5 News they are currently at 65% of their maximum water level while last year at this time they were at 59%.

They anticipate being able to supply water to patrons through most of September.

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NBC5 News reporter Kade Stirling was born and raised in Idaho. Kade graduated from the College of Southern Idaho with a degree in Digital Media. He started his broadcast career as a Master Control Operator at KMVT in Twin Falls, ID. He's a bookworm, Lego fanatic and an animal lover. As an outdoor enthusiast, Kade loves Southern Oregon. He spends his free time hiking with his fiancé and dog.
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