The Smoky Hill River in Lindsborg peaked at a height of 23.07 feet at 6pm on Monday, the 7th of May. That’s technically a couple of feet above flood stage.
The first photo below was taken on the morning of the 7th, and the rest were taken right around 5:30pm. There was no damage, thankfully, but there were constant crowds dropping by to see the river at its highest level in years.
If you enjoy these, there are a bunch more at my Flickr Lindsborg Flood of 2007 set.
You can click the graph above to (maybe) see the current river conditions in Lindsborg. The Mentor gauge is always active, and is usually very similar to Lindsborg in terms of water flow.