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MOORHEAD – For diversion advocates, Friday was a day for celebration. A federal water projects bill authorizing the proposed $1.8 billion flood channel around Fargo-Moorhead passed the U.S. Senate on Thursday and now awaits an expected signature from President Barack Obama.
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FARGO – The predicted peak of a moderate flood on the Red River here keeps dropping. The National Weather Service predicted Thursday that the river – which is flooding due to recent rain running off frozen ground – would crest at around 27 feet on Friday night.
FARGO – The forecast for a moderate flood on the Red River here was knocked down a foot on Wednesday. The National Weather Service predicts the river – which is flooding due to recent rain running off frozen ground – will hit 28 feet on Friday afternoon, a foot lower than the prediction issued Tuesday.
FARGO – Goodbye dry winter and early spring, hello surging rivers and soggy fields. The advent of rainy weather, which took hold Thursday in the Red River Valley, is causing rivers and streams to rise.
FARGO – A little more than 2,000 additional acres of land under water as a result of the flood diversion to protect Fargo-Moorhead.
That’s the total area in Richland and Wilkin counties that would be submerged in the event of a 100-year flood because of the diversion, beyond the area that already would be under water regardless of the project, according to officials.
FARGO – With the threat of a federal injunction from project opponents looming, diversion leaders moved ahead Thursday with a ring levee around three communities south of the Fargo-Moorhead area in hopes of starting construction in July.
MINTO, N.D. - U.S. Highway 81 is closed through Minto Thursday morning, the result of flooding caused by an ice jam on the Forest River. The road was closed at about 3 a.m., approximately 90 minutes after water started threatening the road, according to Walsh County Emergency Manager Brent Nelson.
Kevin Bonham, Forum News Service
April 10, 2014
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