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The Dams are out and the water is back in the semi-natural riverbed. In these photos the low water feature, Wave Shaper Three is closed. More Photos of the entire contruction phase. 

 

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Snotel forecasts, water outlook, snotel snow reports go off line. The message on the NRCS site:

"Because of security concerns raised by our national office, the web page you are trying to access will be down until the concerns have been addressed. We are trying to address these security issues by January 6th. However, some web pages may be down as long as January 20th. We will do our best to have the water supply outlook reports available by January 6th. 

It seems the US government is concerned

Read more: Snotel Data Security

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Due to budget cuts the USGS has discontinued the gauging station on the Jarbidge river in northern Nevada. This gauge was important to river runners by giving an accurate reading of safe levels. Before the gauge it was a long drive and a big gamble to head out to the Jarbidge only to find it too low or two high. According to Steven Berris at the USGS Office in Nevada, the Jarbidge River gauge, like all gauging stations in Nevada, costs $21,600 per year. The USFS had been

Read more: Jarbidge Gauge Flat Lines

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Kellys Whitewater Park Finals July 10, 2011
  • Pro Men Results
    1. Eric Jackson 1290
    2. Bryan Kirk 745
    3. Craig Kleckner 560
    4. Mike Patterson 530
    5. Karl Moser 415
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    Pro Women Results
    1. Emily Jackson 480
    2. Erin Clancey 245
    3. Elaine Cambell 170
    4. Devon Barker 145
    5. Jessica Yurtinus 120
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    Expert Men Results:
    1. Derek
    2. Kerry
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    Junior Men Final Results:
    1. Dane Jackson 1210
    2. Hunt Jennings 285
    3. Alec Voorhees 260
    4. Nico Tonozzi 195
    5. Tanner Griffith 195
    Tie broken by second highest score...
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    Cadet KWP Results:
    1. Hayden Voorhees 180
    2. Hanna 20
    3. Sage Lauren

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The Idaho County sheriff's office says a Missoula, Mont. man has died in a rafting accident on the Lochsa River in north-central Idaho. The accident occured at mile 112. Pipeline is at mile 113. 
The accident happened Wednesday afternoon June 29, 2011. The man's name is being withheld until his family members can be notified.
It's the second fatal rafting accident on the Lochsa River this year.
The river was running at about 14,000 cfs or apx. 6 feet on Wednesday -- high for this time of year.

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