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The Sheyenne's turn
The Red River seems to be fairly contained after the diking efforts in Fargo. That's not to say the threat is over because it isn't. The water is still high and a freak rainstorm could still happen an...
4/13/09 at 9:34 AM Both gates ajar 3/19/09 at 7:47 AM
The Search for Normal
Flood Update: The crest prediction has been lowered, and those who were evacuated have started coming home. The rest of us are breathing a bit easier, although still checking the basement periodical...
3/30/09 at 3:29 PM Word of the Day: MANDATORY 3/27/09 at 2:10 PM
Concerns Big and Small 3/26/09 at 2:48 PM
Flood blends surreal with the all-too-real
From sandbagging on the banks of the Red River to day-to-day tasks like driving to work, life in Fargo-Moorhead hasn't been the same lately. Hopefully, the sound of choppers flying over your head or t...
3/29/09 at 8:11 AM
From The Frontlines...Sandbagging in Fargo-Moorhead
I had the honor to go to Fargo and Moorhead on Thursday to be on the front line both sandbagging and filling sandbags. It was exciting, rewarding, stressful, encouraging, and discouraging all a...
3/26/09 at 4:23 PM
We have had a major snow melt here, the rain that began on Sunday continues to do battle with the snowbanks. Far Guy and I took some photos of the water in our area yesterday. We live in the Mississip...
3/24/09 at 4:05 AM