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Town’s residents evacuated in 2009
BISMARCK – The mostly elderly residents of a tiny North Dakota town are bracing for another possible evacuation this spring if snow runoff again eats through a dilapidated earthen dam, which has yet to see even the first phase of $1.8 million worth of renovations that was to have been completed months ago.
Crews are reinforcing an emergency spillway at Clausen Springs Dam in Barnes County, N.D., hoping to prevent the kind of severe erosion that forced residents downstream in Kathryn to flee their homes last April.
BISMARCK, N.D. — The Red River Joint Water Resource Board approved Thursday spending up to $500,000 to help repair Clausen Springs Dam, which was threatened by the flooding Sheyenne River this past spring, forcing the evacuation of the community of Kathryn, N.D.
KATHRYN, N.D. – All that’s left of this southeastern North Dakota town is a bar, a church, a post office and about 55 people who call it home – but if floods like the ones that hit last spring begin to rise again, it could be destroyed.
James MacPherson, Associated Press Writer
, July 23, 2009
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