Water Wars: Who Controls The Flow? So often, we take water for granted. But it's not always where we need it, or there when we need it. Two rivers on opposite sides of the country — the Chattahoochee in the South and the Klamath in the far West — may provide lessons for the inevitable and growing dispute over how we manage our most precious resource.
June 17, 2013 - NPR
Alan Jackson in Vancouver Sun I wanted something that had some fun on it,says Jackson, "because in concert people still want to hear songs like 'Chattahoochee' and 'Don't Rock the Jukebox' - those are a big part of our success too, as well as the big ballads."
Allen Boyd in Seattle Times I don't think we'll be mistreated by this administration in terms of the ...... Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint water allocation issue,said Rep. Allen Boyd, a Democrat whose north Florida district includes the Apalachicola River.
David Shafer in Bizjournals.com The Tennessee River is a massive body of moving water, with fifteen times the flow of the Chattahoochee River,Shafer said. "Over six percent of the water in the Tennessee River comes from streams and creeks in the North Georgia Mountains....