A touring kayaker crosses Upper Priest Lake on a backcountry paddling adventure. The Idaho Water Resource Board will wrap up a $5 million investment to better regulate water levels in the Northern Idaho lake during this winter.

The Idaho Water Resource Board plans to wrap up $5 million in upgrades this winter to infrastructure at Priest Lake to better regulate water levels there.

Last winter, the board built a 1,500-foot breakwater and deepened the thoroughfare channel at the Northern Idaho lake.

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