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Federally-endangered Texas Wild Rice usually flows in the current; these days it’s growing on a patch of mostly dry land in the San Marcos River at Sewell Park. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

Where did the water go?

Everyone has noticed, but no one seems to have an answer that satisfies — why is the river so low? Some of the endangered Texas Wild Rice at Sewell Park is growing on what is now essentially dry ground, and even Spring Lake is visibly lower than a couple of weeks ...

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