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Status of the Souris River

February 15, 2013

It was apparent early in 2011 that moisture conditions over the Souris River drainage were abnormally high....

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WorriedAmerican

Feb-16-13 5:46 PM

How high is the water risin papa? Six fight high and risin! Time to get your waders ready again this spring you swampers!

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FrankG

Feb-16-13 8:44 AM

Once again we cast nervous eyes and ears to the north. So much for our contributions to the Alameda-Rafferty project.

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disgusted

Feb-15-13 11:00 AM

Earlybird, I seriously doubt that the CORP has any clue how to use any information given them.

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EarlyBird

Feb-15-13 8:44 AM

Breaking news for the Corp, North Central Research and Extension Center have recorded we are currently about five inches shy of our average snowfall for this time of winter. I believe they need information like this to help them make decisions about the Mouse River.

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EarlyBird

Feb-15-13 7:52 AM

Just curious why they would say they don't know how much snow or rain we had when every TV and Radio station has weathermen and reports every day that the public uses for it's estimates. This is not rocket science to ask the weather men what happened, but the mighty Corp will use no knowledge base in their decisions. Turn the water loose and watch the mice run!

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