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The water level on Lake Thurlow is expected to return to normal over the weekend, following completion of the first phase of a project to replace spillway gates at Thurlow Dam.
Because of recent heavy rains, Alabama Power has been managing high flows on the Coosa River.
The extension of the Lake Jordan fall drawdown is set to end Oct. 30. Originally, the drawdown was to last from Sept. 18 to Oct. 18. Now, the refill will begin on Oct. 30 and the lake should be back...
The public should avoid unnecessary foot, ATV and other vehicle traffic in dewatered areas during the Lower Coosa River drawdown this fall.
Like many children growing up, Conrad Reed liked to tinker with model cars and airplanes.
Alabama Power will extend this fall’s Lake Jordan drawdown up to an additional two weeks. The extra time is necessary to complete work on the downstream side of Mitchell Dam.