Judy Crumbaugh is one of six homes in Templeton to lose water late last week. It brings the count to 32 families that have had to upgrade or drill new wells.
"They lowered the pump as low as they can put it, so if it goes out again they can't do anything for us except drill," Crumbaugh said.
DNR officials said a nearby irrigation system is to blame, but they can't tell the farmer to stop.
"It's really scary because we don't know what's going to happen," Crumbaugh said. "We hope that some laws will be made to help control this."
Indiana Farm Bureau is putting on a meeting later this month for residents and state officials to discuss the continuing problem. Crumbaugh said she expects many people from the community to attend.
"They're going to explain irrigation systems," Crumbaugh said. "The state will be there and they're going to tell us some of the laws."
The meeting will be held at the government annex building in Fowler at 7:30 p.m. on September 18.
Three sections of the Hoosier Heartland Highway in Tippecanoe County are set to be re-named in recognition of three Medal of Honor recipients.
The opening of Indiana's first liquefied natural gas refueling station has officials touting the use of the alternative fuel.
Democratic schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz and other members of the Indiana State Board of Education are meeting with a mediator called in to help with the state's ongoing education battles.