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Water levels dropping along St. Louis River system

Published 06/25/2012, Forum Communications

Water levels on the reservoir lakes north of Duluth that feed into the Cloquet and St. Louis rivers are finally starting to drop after last week’s record rainfall. Minnesota Power reported late Monday that the level of Fish, Boulder, Rice and Whiteface lakes dropped Monday and that Island Lake, which had been rising for days even after the rain, finally stabilized and is expected to begin falling soon. “It looks like we’ve turned the corner,” said Amy Rutledge, Minnesota Power spokeswoman.

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