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FEMA administrator coming to North Dakota

Acting Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Nancy Ward will be coming to North Dakota today to inspect the flood conditions in the Red River Valley and Bismarck areas, according to a news release issued by North Dakota Sen. Kent Conr...

Acting Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Nancy Ward will be coming to North Dakota today to inspect the flood conditions in the Red River Valley and Bismarck areas, according to a news release issued by North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad's office.

Ward will come to the state with Conrad and Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh, commander of the Mississippi Valley Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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