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Monitoring Castlegar river levels

Rising floodwaters being in the news across the province and the region. The view from Castlegar was not at a critical point, at least on Sunday afternoon.

Expected high temperatures on Monday, and the speeded snow melt that could result, can change the situation in short order.

 

*The Castlegar News is asking our great readers to send in pictures from around Castlegar.They can be of sports, entertainment, or of a newsy sort. Rising river levels would be great.Send to newsroom@castlegarnews.com

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