click to enlarge PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER

Workers use a mini-excavator to remove a waterlogged ponderosa pine from the head gates of the Missoula Ditch Tuesday morning. With the rising river ripping by Jacob’s Island at more than 18,000 cubic feet per second, the workers faced a steady barrage of trees, logs, and other floating debris.

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