Dec 4, 201706:25 PMBlog

10 years after Lewis County flood, documentary to premiere

Dec 4, 2017 - 06:25 PM

A documentary about Lewis County's December 2007 flood will premiere tonight on TVW, Washington state's public affairs cable network.

"High Water — Ten Years Later" airs at 7 p.m. tonight, focusing on the disaster that caused millions of dollars in damages and lost revenue as a trio of storms pummeled the county with record rainfall. It was the worst flood in the recorded history of the Chehalis River Valley.

The film includes interviews with local officials, residents and members of area tribes.

In addition to Monday’s television premiere, “High Water” also will stream online at https://www.tvw.org/tvchannels/air/ as well as on TVW’s Roku channel, according to Mike McClanahan, host of the TVW show The Impact. McClanahan is the executive producer of the documentary.

A re-run of the documentary will also air at 8 p.m. Friday on TVW.

            

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