Rogue River Levels Lower Than Last Year

NEAR SHADY COVE, Ore. — The extreme heat and lack of rain is causing lower water levels along the Rogue River, and water managers are working to make sure there’s enough to help farmers, fish, and drinking water. At Lost Creek Lake, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they are releasing 1,500 cubic feet … Continue reading »

2012 Water Abundance Helps 2013 Deficit

Rogue River, Ore. — Southern Oregon irrigation officials say last year’s wet spring and wet start to winter have helped offset what was a very dry first three months of 2013. Officials at Lost Creek Lake say as of April 8th the lake had about 4.5′ to go until it’s full and Applegate Lake had … Continue reading »