Residents worry their communities would suffer from flood control plan to save Fargo-Moorhead
Residents living downstream from Fargo-Moorhead along the Red River fear their towns would be sacrificed in a diversion plan to save the two larger cities from chronic flooding. Backers of the plan say it’s too early to panic.
Dave Kolpack / Associated Press Writer
, November 16, 2009
Students express their thoughts, experiences
In a hallway of Moorhead’s Park Christian School, brightly colored pictures tell the story of our region’s flood. Hand drawings, outlined and filled in with watercolors, depict the things the school’s second-graders saw and experienced.
There are no network television cameras in this tiny Minnesota farming community 30 miles north of Moorhead, and the man leading the fight against Red River flooding has not received a telephone call from President Barack Obama.
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