Water Levels Fall Along the Big Wood River, Authorities Caution the Public
SHOSHONE, Idaho (KLIX) Water levels along the Big Wood River have receded some below the Magic Reservoir, yet water continues to cover the roadway leading into the West Magic Resort. The Blaine County Sheriff's Office provided an update on the current conditions of the roadway this morning on Facebook. The sheriff's office says there is not as much water covering the road and advises people to use caution. Some barriers have been placed along the road to help mitigate the over flowing water. Officials warn people that water levels could change at any time. The flooding had isolated the rural community since last Thursday when water began to flow over the spillway at the reservoir. Areas in Gooding County have also experienced flooded roadways and farms.