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Water slows, but all-time levels still rise in some spots

Jun 11, 2017 From staff reports

Cooler temperatures slowed the advance of record-breaking floodwaters Saturday across Fremont County. Many areas remain inundated with water, and some ...


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Water from the Little Wind River swamped the Griffin barnyard and fields Saturday southwest of Riverton. Temperatures were cooler Saturday, but flooded waterways still are rising. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Water from the Little Wind River swamped the Griffin barnyard and fields Saturday southwest of Riverton. Temperatures were cooler Saturday, but flooded waterways still are rising. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Water from the Little Wind River swamped the Griffin barnyard and fields Saturday southwest of Riverton. Temperatures were cooler Saturday, but flooded waterways still are rising. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Water from the Little Wind River swamped the Griffin barnyard and fields Saturday southwest of Riverton. Temperatures were cooler Saturday, but flooded waterways still are rising. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

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