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The National Weather Service In Pocatello Has Extended The * Flood Warning For... Rain And Snowmelt In... Custer County In Central Idaho... Blaine County In Central Idaho... Northwestern Butte County In Southeastern Idaho... ...Read More.
Effective: May 22, 2017 at 2:04pmExpires: May 23, 2017 at 3:15pmTarget Area: Blaine; Butte

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Blaine County Sheriff – Warm Springs Notification

Update – May 16, 2017 – Urgent Message from Blaine County Sheriff: Effective May 16, 2017 Warm Springs Rd. has been re-opened to the end of the pavement. There is a SOFT ROAD CLOSURE for residents only from the end of the pavement to the Bullwhackers Bridge. Residents of this area may return to VOLUNTARY
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Posted in non emergency | May 16, 2017 | 4:00 pm

Blaine County Sheriff – Mandatory Evacuation Notice – Hailey

HAILEY: A MANDATORY EVACUATION EXPANDED  19 more homes in the Della View subdivision are under  MANDATORY EVACUATION order, effective Friday May 12, 2017 at 4:00 PM. The new order includes homes on both sides of Della Vista Drive, and west of Red Elephant Drive to War Eagle Drive. There is a Hard Road Closure that starts on Cedar
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Posted in non emergency | May 12, 2017 | 4:00 pm

National Weather Service – Flood Warning

Update at 10:00 am May 10, 2017, the NWS in Pocatello has continued its Flood Warning for The Big Wood River at Hailey. * At 9:00 AM Wednesday the stage was 6.8 feet. * Flood Stage is 6.0 feet. * Moderate Flooding is occurring and Moderate Flooding is forecast. * Warm temperatures continue to melt snow
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Posted in non emergency | May 4, 2017 | 10:14 am



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