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A year to grow on

Nov 18, 2015 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Ag producers basked in mild growing season that only ended recently

Wet weather this year helped irrigation districts in Fremont ...


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The water level at Morton Lake already is high this fall, a predictor of a good irrigation season next summer.

The water level at Morton Lake already is high this fall, a predictor of a good irrigation season next summer.


The water level at Morton Lake already is high this fall, a predictor of a good irrigation season next summer.

The water level at Morton Lake already is high this fall, a predictor of a good irrigation season next summer.

These sheep found plenty of green to graze on west of  Riverton on Riverview Road during warm fall days which extended the growing season nearly to Nov. 1, with water plentiful through the summer and fall.  Photos by Tibby McDowell

These sheep found plenty of green to graze on west of Riverton on Riverview Road during warm fall days which extended the growing season nearly to Nov. 1, with water plentiful through the summer and fall. Photos by Tibby McDowell


These sheep found plenty of green to graze on west of  Riverton on Riverview Road during warm fall days which extended the growing season nearly to Nov. 1, with water plentiful through the summer and fall.  Photos by Tibby McDowell

These sheep found plenty of green to graze on west of Riverton on Riverview Road during warm fall days which extended the growing season nearly to Nov. 1, with water plentiful through the summer and fall. Photos by Tibby McDowell

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