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Prescott’s lakes begin to rise from July rainfall

Water levels at the Upper and Lower Goldwater lakes south of Prescott had fallen dramatically over the past several months, as can be seen in this Courier photo from May 2021. But a major rainstorm on Wednesday, July 21, reportedly brought the water levels of both lakes up dramatically. (Cindy Barks/Courier file)

Water levels at the Upper and Lower Goldwater lakes south of Prescott had fallen dramatically over the past several months, as can be seen in this Courier photo from May 2021. But a major rainstorm on Wednesday, July 21, reportedly brought the water levels of both lakes up dramatically. (Cindy Barks/Courier file)

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