Full Site View
Quick Links
  My Bulletin
  Contact The Bulletin

  Display Ads
  Dir. of Advertisers


Hallowed ground: No place for dogs

Davis at the Legislature: Energy shifts

More opinion

Ag News

Ag groups, legislators push OSHA to rollback fertilizer regulation

Wheat board to hold annual budget meeting

More Ag News

NorthPlatte Weather

Email Article | Print Article
News - Local News
Streets floodTell North Platte what you think
Photo by Jay Huff
900 block of McDonald Road, Sunday, facing south. The greenspace on the left side of the street in the distance opens up to Adams Middle School.
Photo by Jay Huff
Spruce and Cedarberry Road, Sunday
Photo by Jay Huff
Sandbags line the curbs at William and McDonald Sunday.

Flood water rose to 14.32 feet at Centennial city park Sunday, about 5 inches higher than the maximum (13.9 feet) that was ever projected.

Sheets of water caused by backwash through storm sewers covered parts of the street at McDonald Road near William, about a block north of Adams Middle School, on Sunday.

Part of the street near Spruce and Cedarberry Road was also covered, about four blocks north of Adams Middle School.

The flood South Platte River was thought to be hitting the crest at 6 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in North Platte.

Like this story to send to your facebook

The North Platte Bulletin - Published 9/22/2013
Copyright © 2013 northplattebulletin.com - All rights reserved.
Flatrock Publishing, Inc. - 1300 E 4th St., Suite F - North Platte, NE 69101
Hide Talk Back
Login to post Talk Back

Click on the cop Report Talk Back Abuse to report Talk Back abuse and misuse