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Sakakawea reservoir on the rise

March 22, 2014

Lake Sakakawea has been on the rise for several days, so much so that water levels are on pace to exceed projections issued earlier this month. According to the U.S....

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Baffledbyliberals

Mar-24-14 10:26 PM

Oh and there's beaver*****in the headwaters of both the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers....better take some pepto with you and be ready!! You'll be in for a long week!!! You complain about everything oil, as you're part of the problem!!

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Baffledbyliberals

Mar-24-14 8:45 PM

Legend.....Go take a swig of lake sakakawea sometime, or any of the ground water in North Dakota, not potable in the least!! You complain about as you drive a car, heat your house, oil changes in said car.....how many vehicles do you have? How much oil would you say you and your family consume every year? You liberals have all the answers until it changes your routine or lifestyle, take yourself off the grid completely! Then you'd have a legitimate argument against oil, gas, and the growing population and it's thirst for these things! Stand back and complain and blind yourself to everything you use that requires any petroleum based products!! You are so ignorant it's sick!!! Start by changing your lifestyle before you worry about the rest of the world!!

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JackAaah

Mar-24-14 10:53 AM

it will be nice to get this snow melting in the mountains to flush our oil-covered Lake Sacajawea. And that oil is biodegradable is another plus.....we know it came from plants and dinosaurs...

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Legend

Mar-22-14 12:17 PM

Some of the most pristine and cleanest fresh water in the world headed for the nd oil leaks and spills. By the time naws is done i betcha the sak water is too polluted to drink. Take that 2 Washington!

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