There was some flooding around town on July 7th during a sudden rainstorm that hit town in the afternoon. These pictures include a photo of a boat taken on the corner of Hwy. 12 turning to the school, a kayak across the highway from the Catholic School and a town worker on 51st Ave. by the rental shop. Bert Bennett photos

PHOTOS: Flooding hits town on the afternoon of July 7th

Severe afternoon rain sent some folks out to explore in ‘creative’ ways

There was some flooding around town on July 7th during a sudden rainstorm that hit town in the afternoon. These pictures include a photo of a boat taken on the corner of Hwy. 12 turning to the school, a kayak across the highway from the Catholic School and a town worker on 51st Ave. by the rental shop.

Bert Bennett photos

Severe afternoon rain sent some folks out to explore in ‘creative’ ways

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