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By TERRI LIKENS
A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official told residents all three Roane County rivers will be studied, well after the ash cleanup is over.
While cleanup of the ash that clogged the Emory River is about a third of the way finished, EPA project manager Craig Zeller said spring flooding washed ash sediment down beyond the Clinch River and into the Tennessee River.
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