Lake hits 2-year high mark

By REGGIE ROSS
Staff Writer

Grenada Lake has reached its highest level in two years and is showing no sign of receding anytime soon.
Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Vicksburg have another way of putting it.

Water is 10 feet over the recreational level, and 26.4 feet higher than where the Corps would like to see it during this time of the year.

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