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    The Kings River saw more rainfall on Jan. 23 after two weeks' worth of storms already had water levels high.

The Kings River saw more rainfall on Jan. 23 after two weeks' worth of storms already had water levels high. John Walker The Fresno Bee
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Kings River closed to recreational use in Tulare County due to strong current

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