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Photo Taken By Missoula County Sheriff's Dept.
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Flooding Assistance Secured Through USDA Program

U.S. Sen. Max Baucus says $852,000 more will be going to fix infrastructure damaged by flooding in Montana this spring.

The Montana Democrat says the funding is in addition to the $3.6 million already secured through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Emergency Watershed Protection Program.

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Temperatures Could Hit 90 Causing River To Rise Again

Although water levels in the Clark Fork River have decreased over the weekend, National Weather Service Forecaster Michelle Mead is expecting another flood warning after temperatures reach near 90 by Tuesday.

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Photo From montanafishingblog.com
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Search For Missing Big Hole Rafter Suspended

Beaverhead County officials say they have suspended their search for a missing rafter until the Big Hole River drops.

Sheriff Jay Hansen says officials suspended the search Saturday for 41-year-old Christopher Baxer of Southbury, Conn., after the rising level of the river made it too dangerous for searchers.

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Route Into Roundup Restored, Disaster Declaration Could Be Days Away

More than 300 people now have a way out of a central Montana neighborhood cut off since last week after floodwaters washed out several roads in rural Musselshell County.

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Flooding and Heavy Rains Delay Wheat Planting

Hundreds of thousands of acres have gone unplanted due to Montana's record rains.

Farmers say the point of no return for the number of days required to produce a wheat crop is quickly approaching.

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MISSOULA COUNTY CONTINUES MONITORING AREAS AFFECTED BY FLOODING AND OFFERING ASSISTANCE

County operations continue to focus on the Tower and Kehrwald and Schmidt Lane areas close to Missoula. The restrictions on 3rd Street remain in effect. The stretch of road from 7th and Clements to 3rd and Hiberta remains open to local traffic only

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Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
Photo Of The Clark Fork Near East Missoula Taken By Jannette McDonald
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Clark Fork Could Calm A Bit Over The Next Few Days

After several days of heavy rain, The Clark Fork river overflowed it's banks in Western Montana causing flooding problems in low-lying areas. However, according to Corby Nickerson with The National Weather service in Missoula, the Clark Fork will be calming a bit over the next few days.

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300 Roundup Residents Cut Off Due To Flooding

Authorities say 300 Roundup residents are cut off after record level flooding washed out part of a road.

Roundup Emergency Official Jeff Gates said Thursday the families cut off are being supplied by boat until the road can be repaired.

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Photo Courtesy Of Gayland Enockson
Photo Courtesy Of Gayland Enockson
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Governor Asks President To Declare State Disaster

Gov. Brian Schweitzer is asking President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster for Montana due to flooding.

Schweitzer sent his request Wednesday, saying the size and severity of the flooding requires a response beyond the capabilities of state and local governments.

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Montana Flooding

As flooding washes out roads and swamps more homes in Montana, regional rains are forcing releases from dams that promise to swell the Missouri River past its banks downstream in Iowa and the Dakotas.

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