ASHLAND, Kan. Widespread, heavy rainfall over the past few days led to flooding across Kansas and in the southwest, has the people of Clark County doing some rebuilding once again.
Two years ago, much of the county was devastated by wildfire. This year, it's flooding, although the damage from the excess rain didn't leave as much destruction.
Tuesday, floods did heavily damage Ashland's golf course with water sweeping away bridges and trees. Floods also damaged the course after the wildfires in 2017.
The manger for Ashland Golf Course says the cleanup effort won's start until after rain in this week's forecast clears.