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K-14/96 between Lyons and Sterling reopen

Cow Creek falls below flood level

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By Jim Misunas
jmisunas@gbtribune.com

The Kansas Department of Transportation reopened K-14/96 Wednesday morning after flooding occurred between the Avenue T (Alden blacktop) intersection and the south city limits of Lyons in Rice County. The road was closed at 11 a.m. Monday. Many of the nearby county roads were also closed due to high water from Cow Creek.
KDOT personnel routed northbound traffic on K-14/96 along a detour using Avenue T (RS 571 Alden blacktop) and 8th Road (RS 360 Chase blacktop) to U.S. 56 Monday through Wednesday morning.  It’s the most extensive Rice ...


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