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HeraldandNews, Letters to the editor, 2/11/04

Plenty of water sources

Here are sources of water for Upper Klamath Lake that I know of: Denny Creek, Odessa Creek, Lake of the Woods overflow via Seldom Creek, Lost Creek, Recreation Creek, Three Mile Creek, Cherry Creek, Nanny Creek, Malone Springs, Seven Mile Creek, numerous artesian waters, Annie Creek, Wood River, Williamson River, Sprague River, Quartz Mountain's Deming Creek and Sycan waters, Crooked Creek and springs at Hagelstein Park.

Add to those the many more springs and creeks not mentioned and the good snow pack this year. We should have a good water year unless someone lets out too much water via Link River.

Loren G. Blackmer

Klamath Falls





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