New county study looks at where rivers might wash away structures

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A trailer is surrounded by floodwaters from the Clark Fork River in the spring of 2018. The flood crested at about 14.1 feet, making it the highest water in 100 years.

Toby Rath wrestles with a recliner while moving it to higher ground from a home in an area flooded by the Clark Fork River at the north end of Nancy Lou Drive in Missoula in 2018.

A postcard view looking north across the Clark Fork River shows the remains of the Higgins Avenue bridge after the flood of 1908. The section at left is now the

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