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By Tim Leeds 

Water levels down in Blaine County


Blaine County Commissioner Vic Miller said Wednesday that water levels are down in the Milk River and its tributaries, although water is still across roads in some parts of the county.

"Unusual cold weather has given the Milk River a chance to catch up and pass water on to the east, " Miller said.

The chance of severe flooding has been a major concern in Hill and Blaine counties this year, with heavy snowpack and high moisture content in the snow giving the chance of rapidly rising stream and river levels. That prompted concern about flooding in the communities of Chinook and Harlem.


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