By Larry Persily
Wrangell Sentinel 

No surprise, rain brings up water levels at reservoir


After mostly dry weather in June and early July, the more typical rain of late has helped refill the community’s water reservoirs.

The lower reservoir was looking pretty low around the Fourth of July and the borough was looking to start siphoning water from the upper reservoir to ensure enough supply to meet community needs, Public Works Director Tom Wetor said last week.

“That’s when we got all the rain,” he said, adding that water levels are much improved. “It looks like we’re going to get through this year without any major factors.” Rain is in the forecast at least to Aug....

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