Comparison photos showing the historic Millerton Courthouse as it sits atop a bluff overlooking Millerton Lake in Friant in 2009, top, with the water at a high point, and on Aug. 5, 2014, where the water isn’t visible at the same angle. Currently, the level of water is at 270,284 acre-feet, or 51.9 percent of capacity.
Comparison photos showing the historic Millerton Courthouse as it sits atop a bluff overlooking Millerton Lake in Friant in 2009, top, with the water at a high point, and on Aug. 5, 2014, where the water isn’t visible at the same angle. Currently, the level of water is at 270,284 acre-feet, or 51.9 percent of capacity. Darrell Wong/Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee
Comparison photos showing the historic Millerton Courthouse as it sits atop a bluff overlooking Millerton Lake in Friant in 2009, top, with the water at a high point, and on Aug. 5, 2014, where the water isn’t visible at the same angle. Currently, the level of water is at 270,284 acre-feet, or 51.9 percent of capacity. Darrell Wong/Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee

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