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Mason Perkins, a freshman at Barren County High School, discovers that just because water looks clean that doesn't mean it is safe to drink at the BCHS Green Team's Earth Day exhibit. Lifting up a tab revealed that the crystal, clear water seeminly cleaner than the water on the right (tap water) was a actually toilet water. Students learns several useful information and tips to better take care of the enviroment on Monday's exhibit. Shelley Smith/Glasgow Daily Times

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