Chatham rivers run high

BY KIM HAWKS, News + Record Staff
Posted 5/28/20

Downhill aquatic biking

Some Chatham youngsters decided to take advantage of a risen Deep River and ride their bikes and scooters down a hill into the water last Saturday.

River runs …

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Downhill aquatic biking

Some Chatham youngsters decided to take advantage of a risen Deep River and ride their bikes and scooters down a hill into the water last Saturday.

River runs high

The Deep River in Chatham County saw a significant rise over the weekend thanks to sustained rain over a couple of days. The river straddles Chatham and Lee counties.

High on the Haw

The Haw River in Chatham County saw a significant rise thanks to multiple days of rain, as seen here in this photo from Chicken Bridge.

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