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It was a floating lake pump that had electrical issues last week, prompting the frantic response from Lockney city leaders."When it goes down, we go out of business," Dean Johnson, Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority general manager, said of the pump. The cities are not taking near the amount of water that they used to."The Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority provides water to four municipalities - Floydada, Lockney, Silverton and Tulia, which stopped drawing water so the other cities could.

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"We're really praying for that well," Atkinson said. "It's not going to get us back to using water freely."Our little town has to have water to survive."Lubbock, which is also listed on the state's watch list, announced last week the city would enter Stage 2 of its drought contingency plan, effectively limiting homeowners to once-a-week watering starting June 1.

Lubbock officials blamed the stubborn drought for the move to Stage 2.

Council members drank expired bottled water and ate pizza during a marathon workshop Thursday, April 10, to discuss extending its emergency ban on outdoor watering and to draft a rate increase, which will likely be a $10-a-month hike.

The water rate increase is to pay for the city's $1.6 million well project, which is expected to be completed this fall.

All the major cities in West Texas - Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, San Angelo and Abilene - are under some kind of water restrictions. About 25 percent of the 4,600 public water systems in Texas have implemented some form of restrictions to curb use and conserve water.

And yet, there are more than 30 water systems across the state in danger of running out of water within 90 days.

State officials consider the drought's impact to be severe on surface water in Lubbock and the adjacent counties.

Lubbock's Lake Alan Henry has shrunk nearly 40 percent in the lingering drought and others - Mackenzie and White River, for example - have become mud holes.

Located roughly 60 miles northeast of Lubbock, Lockney is a community of about 1,900 people.

Its residents are serviced by Lake Mackenzie, which is nearly empty, and two city wells that have been limping along.

"I think we're all trying to figure it out for our folks.

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