RODGERS CREEK. Rodgers (Rogers) Creek rises (at 32°29' N, 94°35' W) in southwestern Harrison County 1½ miles south of Hallsville and runs south for four miles to its mouth (at 32°26' N, 94°35' W) on Clarks Creek, three miles northeast of Easton. The banks of the stream are heavily wooded in places with pine and hardwood trees. The stream traverses hilly and undulating terrain characterized by loamy and clayey soils used predominantly for agriculture.
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