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FLOOD UPDATE: Horace residents still without water

HORACE, N.D. - Residents here were still without water this morning after the city had to shut it off Sunday night because its lift stations couldn't keep up.

HORACE, N.D. - Residents here were still without water this morning after the city had to shut it off Sunday night because its lift stations couldn't keep up.

Horace Public Works Director Dwight Carpenter said the city is going to try to turn the water back on about 10 a.m.

"We're still playing catch-up," he said.

Carpenter said residents should discharge their sump pumps outside, not into the city's sanitary sewer system.

A statement from the Cass County sheriff's office says the Salvation Army will provide drinking water at the city shop.

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