Rains raise concerns of new flooding
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Recent rains are again raising the level of creeks in the Bear's Paw Mountains and prompting concern that more flooding is on the way.
Hill County Commission Chair Mike Wendland said 4¼ inches of rain have fallen in the mountains over the last few days, and the level of Beaver Creek is again rising with large amounts of water flowing into Beaver Creek Reservoir about eight miles south of Havre.
"There really is concern," he said.
Wendland said the county is warning people who live near Beaver Creek between Beaver Creek Dam and the Milk River that lowland flooding is again likely.