River, stream levels start to rise again
Havre Daily News/Nikki Carlson
Waves of rushing water reach the top of a bridge June 3 at Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation.
With an unexpected surge in water levels in the region, the flood watch continues in north-central Montana, although Blaine County officials say the worst seems to be over for this round.
The Milk River started rising again over the weekend, just as local officials hoped the level of the river was starting to drop.
Joe Parenteau said rain and additional snowmelt north of the border brought the Milk River, the level of which had started to drop late last week...