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Citizens Reflect on Teton Dam Flood


 

June 5 marked the anniversary of the Teton Dam flood that occurred almost 40 years ago. Over 80 billion gallons of water wiped out Sugar City and went through Rexburg and Blackfoot. Members of the community recall the tragic event. They say that overall it became a positive experience, and the flood ultimately brought the community closer.

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