Little Red River


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Little Red River,

105 mi (169 km) long, rising in the Boston Mts., NW Ark., and flowing SE to the White River. Greers Dam and reservoir (completed 1964) provide flood control and hydroelectric power.
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Little Red River Cree Nation, in Alberta, lifted a short-term advisory from the John DOr Prairie Public Water Supply on May 3 following an increase of disinfection at that plant to address elevated turbidity in the treated water.
Fairfield Bay is situated along Greers Ferry Lake, which was formed by the Greers Ferry Dam of the Little Red River. The lake and dam were dedicated in 1963 by President John F.
Operated by the Little Red River Cree Nation Board of Education, the progressive school is located one and a half hour drive east of High Level.
Thomas' Church in Shoal Lake Cree Nation, and the other items were dispersed among congregations in Little Red River Reserve and Montreal Lake Cree Nation.
Nanooch, a Little Red River Cree Nation member, was presented by Douglas Shell, QC, before Assistant Chief Judge Eldon Simpson of the Provincial Court of Alberta.
Stone Co.: Middle Fork Little Red River at Arlberg at low water bridge, E off St.
The Little Red River in north central Arkansas was dammed in 1964, creating Greets Ferry Reservoir.
Nestled in the Boston Mountains of north-central Arkansas is the upper Little Red River. Its four forks drain a watershed of 537,000 acres (217,000 hectares), 98 percent of which are in private ownership.
The current world record brown trout is a 40-pound, 4-ounce female, taken May 1992 on the Little Red River in Arkansas.
In 1992, a 40lb 4oz brown trout was caught at the Little Red River in the American state of Arkansas.
The Little Red River vies with 40,000-acre Greers Ferry Lake for trophy-size rainbow trout.
In addition to Fort Vermilion, the court serves the communities of Fox Lake, Tallcree First Nation, Dene Tha First Nation, Beaver First Nation and the Little Red River Cree Nation.