Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

By Sydney Yalshevec
Reporter 

Blue-green algae found in Oliver Lake

 


With the chill of autumn approaching, one of Oliver Reservoir’s busiest summers is drawing to a close.

Oliver Reservoir has had an abundant amount of water this summer. This surge in water levels is due to a snow runoff that happened back in March of 2014. The area suffered flooding and many were taking trips to Oliver merely to witness the water levels rise.

As a result of the heightened water levels, Oliver attracted quite the summer crowd. Several people ventured out to camp and participate in water sports.

“We’ve had large crowds this summer, which has been great. After we had t...



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