Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Contact Us | Routes Available | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 

Souris to flow all winter

Wet conditions persist in northwest N.D.

October 25, 2013

Water is being released into the Souris River in both Saskatchewan and North Dakota. Further increases are expected in the coming day....

« Back to Article

 
 
sort: oldest | newest

Comments

(4)

disgusted

Oct-25-13 6:59 PM

So I guess the worrying and wondering is ramping up. Why not bring the****down to 1595 by February 1st. I guess they don't want to create any false hope.

1 Agrees | 1 Disagrees | Report Abuse »

MarkHighwater

Oct-25-13 11:23 AM

The infrastructure is there,just so the people in charge don't fall asleep at the wheel now, like they did in 2011...ZZzzzzzz

5 Agrees | 0 Disagrees | Report Abuse »

OldCat

Oct-25-13 8:57 AM

The water at Clark-Salyer and north to the border is the highest I can recall for this time of year--I would be concerned for all Souris Valley residences this spring based on the amount of water that is already in the river basin.

2 Agrees | 0 Disagrees | Report Abuse »

EarlyBird

Oct-25-13 8:42 AM

yeah right... When the grey water from the city lagoons gets dumped into the river in late winter things seem to follow a different rule book. Canada does not want our sewer water so we have to store and filter the sediments out of the water on it's way through the Clark Salyer NWR. The sediments are believed to be up to eleven feet deep in places causing the water to backup and flow through the outlying meadows to be filtered by the grasses and cattails.

1 Agrees | 2 Disagrees | Report Abuse »

Showing 4 of 4 comments
 
 

Post a Comment

You must first login before you can comment.

*Your email address:
*Password:
Remember my email address.
or
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web