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Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 2:27 pm | Updated: 12:49 pm, Thu May 30, 2013.

FORT YUKON — An extreme sense of relief could be felt throughout Fort Yukon on Thursday afternoon, after the National Weather Service gave the all-clear for possible flooding from the Yukon River, but new sources appeared to be threatening the community late Thursday night.

Earlier Thursday, National Weather Service hydrologist Ed Plumb and Fort Yukon flood coordinator Velma Carroll went on the air at the KZPA AM radio station in the afternoon to tell the 600-person Yukon River community 145 miles northeast of Fairbanks the good news.

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