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Deluge continues Monday in Artesia

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The Pecos River east of Artesia rises to its banks Monday during continued heavy rainfall in Eddy County. The New Mexico State University Ag Science Center reported .67 inches yesterday in the area, with a seven-day total of nearly 4 inches. Brienne Green - Daily Press
The Pecos River east of Artesia rises to its banks Monday during continued heavy rainfall in Eddy County. The New Mexico State University Ag Science Center reported .67 inches yesterday in the area, with a seven-day total of nearly 4 inches.
Brienne Green – Daily Press

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