Snowpack Melt Creates Higher than Average Water Levels

For the last few years, state and local weather officials have been worried about drought when spring begins and choices have to be made about how to get water to those who need it most. This year, a snowy winter is producing a heavy runoff, giving some irrigation districts almost more water than they can handle.

Central Oregon Daily’s Brian Jennings takes us to Prineville, Oregon, where the rising Crooked River is good news for some and bad news for others.

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