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Warning issued on receding water

Jun 21, 2017 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Emergency officials are warning citizens to remain vigilant near local waterways as flows begin to recede this summer.

With temperatures in the 60s and ...


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An aerial view of the flooded Wind River and adjacent Riverton Valley Irrigation District canal showed water spilling far beyond the banks of the normal canal channel. An emergency re-routing of the canal continued Wednesday. Photo by Chuck Hoelzen

An aerial view of the flooded Wind River and adjacent Riverton Valley Irrigation District canal showed water spilling far beyond the banks of the normal canal channel. An emergency re-routing of the canal continued Wednesday. Photo by Chuck Hoelzen


An aerial view of the flooded Wind River and adjacent Riverton Valley Irrigation District canal showed water spilling far beyond the banks of the normal canal channel. An emergency re-routing of the canal continued Wednesday. Photo by Chuck Hoelzen

An aerial view of the flooded Wind River and adjacent Riverton Valley Irrigation District canal showed water spilling far beyond the banks of the normal canal channel. An emergency re-routing of the canal continued Wednesday. Photo by Chuck Hoelzen

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