Water is diverted through the spillways of Lake McSwain as the Merced Irrigation District makes releases from Lake McClure to the Merced River on Feb. 13.
Water is diverted through the spillways of Lake McSwain as the Merced Irrigation District makes releases from Lake McClure to the Merced River on Feb. 13. Brianna Calix bcalix@mercedsunstar.com
Water is diverted through the spillways of Lake McSwain as the Merced Irrigation District makes releases from Lake McClure to the Merced River on Feb. 13. Brianna Calix bcalix@mercedsunstar.com

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