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RED RIVER VALLEY

The Red River Valley Water Supply Project will sue farmland owners for eminent domain if they don’t sign easements before July 8, 2022. Farmers say the project is paying one-tenth what others pay for far smaller oil, gas and water pipelines.
The North Dakota Attorney General’s office is asking Red River Trust, a Washington-based entity with offices in the Kansas City, Kansas, area, and an address at Grafton, North Dakota, to prove that it doesn’t violate anti-corporate farming laws, which would require it to sell land it purchased from owners of Campbell Farms of Grafton.
"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack says the cafes provide socialization, understanding and more for people living with memory loss and their loved ones.
A warmup is coming in June, but conflicting forces make it impossible to predict whether the summer will be hot and dry or hot and wet.

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Wheeler also noted that as of late Wednesday afternoon it was looking like the strongest likelihood for severe weather on Thursday, events involving things like large hail, strong winds and tornadoes, existed for areas south and east of the Fargo area.
The event will be held in person in Detroit Lakes, East Grand Forks and Fargo.
The storm is predicted to begin Wednesday morning and will continue into Thursday.
The warm, sunny and breezy weather the region has enjoyed in recent days is expected to continue for the next week or two, at least.
The Red River has a 90% chance of reaching 30.7 feet and a 5% risk of 39 feet in Fargo, where major flooding starts at 30 feet.
Fourth graders got to see first hand what agriculture happens in North Dakota.

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This winter season, the Valley has already weathered 6 blizzard warnings. Average winters see three or four.
Fall rains and winter snows allowed some areas of the Red River Valley to escape drought, while others remain abnormally dry or in drought.
Ferocious winds caused whiteouts on roads in eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota.

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