At Wakefield's ballfield

An erosion control fence is being used to keep debris out of the infield at the ballfield in Wakefield. Sandbagging efforts began there yesterday.

Conditions in the Kansas and Missouri River Basins continue to present challenges for releasing water from the four Kansas reservoirs which are holding high water levels behind their dams: Milford Lake, Tuttle Creek Lake, Perry Lake and Clinton Lake.                                                                           

Project technicians plan to begin releases today, June 3, at Milford Lake with a release of 4,000 cubic feet per second (cfs), the US Army Corps of Engineer reported Sunday. Releases from Milford Lake take about six days to reach the Missouri River, the US  By the time the releases from Milford reach the Missouri River, river forecasts indicate flows should have declined more than 30 percent from today and stages should be four feet lower.