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In a demanding year, irrigators find ways to cope

Jul 29, 2012 By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer

It wouldn't make much of a Hollywood blockbuster, but the story of this year's drought in Fremont County turns out to be one of cooperation between neighbors, ...


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In his 45th year irrigating the family farm north of Riverton with LeClair Irrigation District water, Dean Vonkrosigk has the last headgate on the 185-gate LeClair system. The Vonkrosigks have farmed the land since 1927. Photo by Randy Tucker

In his 45th year irrigating the family farm north of Riverton with LeClair Irrigation District water, Dean Vonkrosigk has the last headgate on the 185-gate LeClair system. The Vonkrosigks have farmed the land since 1927. Photo by Randy Tucker


In his 45th year irrigating the family farm north of Riverton with LeClair Irrigation District water, Dean Vonkrosigk has the last headgate on the 185-gate LeClair system. The Vonkrosigks have farmed the land since 1927. Photo by Randy Tucker

In his 45th year irrigating the family farm north of Riverton with LeClair Irrigation District water, Dean Vonkrosigk has the last headgate on the 185-gate LeClair system. The Vonkrosigks have farmed the land since 1927. Photo by Randy Tucker

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