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* Floods * 1249 Mile Update * Beat The Peak * Coming Attractions * Special Olympics * Facebook for Updates Record Rains Received!


Over the past months, we have had record setting rains. OKC broke its monthly rain record of 14.6 inches by 5 inches.


It is amazing to look at some before and after pictures of lake levels and pond levels . The very long drought we have been experienc- ing over the years has been broken. Lakes and ponds were refilled, but at a cost with extreme flooding.


There were houses and lines washed away. Cars and trucks stranded and highways and roads closed due to the deep water. Some peo- ple even lost their lives across the state.


There were boulder slides on I-35 as they re- ceived 13” of rain overnight. Many of our contrac- tor crews left to go and work emergency storm outages with hurri- cane Bill.


The wheat harvest that started out so good, was stalled as the rains fell. I hope by the time you receive this news-


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Roadway and poles washed away at Twin Lakes.


letter that most of the wheat has been harvested. The photos on this page show the power of


water. Two houses were lost to the Cimarron River in the Twin Lakes addition. It took over 60 foot of river bank. Lines and poles were lost and had to be rebuilt or relocated.


Brandon Shirey cuts service wire to the house to keep it from pulling some roof off when the pole is washed out by the flooded Cimarron River at Twin Lakes by Crescent, OK.


Across our nine county area, many roads were under water or washed out.


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