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March 9, 2014

CALM SOURIS? – The latest flood potential outlook for the Souris River basin didn’t contain much, if any, bad news for Minot and other cities along the river....

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concerned

Mar-09-14 4:04 PM

Forget about the River what you should be worrying about is Puppy Dog Coulee that you failed to mention last year flooded a lot of basements in SW and SE Minot due to the construction. Some homes had never been flooded before even during the flood and because the water usually in the past had fields to go into the water was now forced into the coulee prompting unnecessary flooding......

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GoInPeace

Mar-09-14 12:20 PM

I think our museums will be here for more than 1500 years ,dont you mule.Goinpeace

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GoInPeace

Mar-09-14 12:19 PM

Amen,as in climate change that is.Goinpeace

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GoInPeace

Mar-09-14 12:18 PM

Amen.Goinpeace

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JackAaah

Mar-09-14 11:35 AM

If we would rspect Mother Nature and believe in GlobalWarming, we never would have to worry about a flood ever again. Please adopt GlobalWarming as your religion....

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muleskinner

Mar-09-14 6:36 AM

You can fight a war on coal, but coal is going to be around for another 1500 plus years, so the battle is not going to be won at all.

All in vain to fight a war on coal.

President Obama will be long gone, but King Coal will remain and win the silly war on coal.

100 percent guarantee.

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