Lee Boulet and Georga Prossick stand in Prossick’s backyard, which is flooded by water from Clarks Creek. Flooding from Clarks Creek is causing trees to die in yards along the banks of the creek.
Lee Boulet and Georga Prossick stand in Prossick’s backyard, which is flooded by water from Clarks Creek. Flooding from Clarks Creek is causing trees to die in yards along the banks of the creek. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Lee Boulet and Georga Prossick stand in Prossick’s backyard, which is flooded by water from Clarks Creek. Flooding from Clarks Creek is causing trees to die in yards along the banks of the creek. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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