Northern Wyoming Daily News - Serving the Big Horn Basin for over 100 years

By Karla Pomeroy
Editor 

Worland residents return home

Ice jam breaks; ice and National Guard head toward Big Horn County

 

February 15, 2017

Karla Pomeroy

After the ice jam broke Monday night, ice remains on the island north of the Big Horn Avenue bridge and on the river banks. With the ice moving out of the area and streets cleaned, residents were able to return home.

WORLAND - With the ice jam at the Worland Big Horn River bridges having moved out during the night Monday, and crews completing ice removal from Second Street east residents that were evacuated Saturday night were able to return home Tuesday.

Residents who live west of Second Street and need to return home immediately can use the alleyways until crews have completed clearing the streets.

Fidel Molina arrived with his family and two dogs at 201 Robertson to check his home. He said the house didn't get any water inside three years ago in the 2014 ice jam flood. He said he was hoping this ti...



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