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Flooding Halts Canoe Rentals

METEOROLOGIST URGES CAUTION USING RIGHT WATERWAY

Posted: March 24, 2012 at 5:26 a.m.

Jacob Bertrand, left, a high school student from Broken Arrow, Okla., fishes Friday from a bridge over a rain-swollen Lee Creek while camping with friends, from left, Austin Sharp, Dylan Couch and Ian Gould at Devil’s Den State Park near Winslow.

Will Meadows and his friends didn’t think a little rain could keep them from canoeing the Buffalo River during spring break.

At A Glance

Water Level Check

For information on water levels on specific portions of a river, call your preferred outfitter, or check gauge readings form the U.S. Geological Survey at waterdata.usgs.gov/ar/nwis/rt.

Source: Staff Report

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