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How concerned are you about the amount of runoff the Minot region will receive next spring?

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locomotive

Dec-18-13 10:16 AM

Sorry, no dice on that FAUX News accusation. It was on the regular morning news shows this a.m.

Aww...

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MarkHighwater

Dec-17-13 7:58 PM

guess that's 48 million and ONE now without health insurance....if he's blind he must be eligible for Medicaid....sounds like more propaganda.....sounds like a FAUX news story for certain.

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animal

Dec-17-13 6:57 PM

Just saw a story about a blind man who is losing his insurance coverage for his seeing eye dog. THANKS AGAIN BARRY OSAMA! Wonder what he gave up lately? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!!!

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animal

Dec-17-13 6:52 PM

Sorry for the double take,really sensitive buttons!

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animal

Dec-17-13 6:51 PM

Bushandcheneylied: Every time you open your mouth you display your total ignorance!Love people like you, absolute authority on everything and know absolutely nothing about anything.

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animal

Dec-17-13 6:51 PM

Bushandcheneylied: Every time you open your mouth you display your total ignorance!Love people like you, absolute authority on everything and know absolutely nothing about anything.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-17-13 4:55 PM

Realtors ask Congress to delay flood insurance rate increase

By Rose Meily, for Silicon Valley Community Newspapers

Posted: 12/16/2013 07:32:42 PM PST | Updated: about 20 hours ago

With just a few days left before the end of the legislative session this year, Realtors at the local, state and national level are urging their members of Congress to pass a bill that would delay flood insurance rate increases that became effective Oct. 1.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-17-13 4:14 PM

I'm almost certain the city has a good liaison with the corps and cannucks after 2011...along with hoeven and heitkamp.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-17-13 4:08 PM

And who really knows the cannucks and corps could have even fudged the books on how high the dams really were in 2011...they may have been over the 1989 agreement.

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takkak

Dec-17-13 4:04 PM

There will be flooding, just a matter of where and how much. Whole roads underwater over last few years south of Minot. Some had lakes where roads used to be. Trust the govt though, just ask native Americans.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-17-13 4:01 PM

2011 will not happen again for some time...the dams were left to high in Canada....have you noticed the non existent Canadian license plates since the flood...they know not to stir the pot...but their is still the wild card (des lacs) along with some untimely ice jams.

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bushandcheneylied

Dec-17-13 11:44 AM

For those of you that actually pay attention while your driving .How many big rigs have you seen hauling the plastic tubing.I have seen close to a hundred.This tubing is used by the farmer to help drain the water of his farm land.All I can say is it's going to be a whopper of a spring.

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takkak

Dec-17-13 10:52 AM

Perhaps the people who came here after the flood will runoff.

Vote NO, again and again, period.

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rickrod

Dec-17-13 10:45 AM

Hi Nancy

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Nancy1

Dec-17-13 10:34 AM

This summer when driving from the lake we have never seen water like there is in the countryside and our farmer friends all say the same. This year has broken all precip records - the year prior was 75 which led to the huge 76 evac that Jim Ruyak - corps of engineers - led the fight against. He knew what he was doing. I don't have faith in the Corps of today and the city has not done one thing to improve flood control over 2011. It is scary.

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rickrod

Dec-17-13 10:20 AM

73 I may agree with you on the stores, but what does that have to do with this question? but then by things you have said in the past you really don't give a crap do you.

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73Hockey

Dec-17-13 9:59 AM

"made"

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73Hockey

Dec-17-13 9:58 AM

Eh, I live on South Hill and the NW Minot residents have mase sure that all the shopping is in the south, no worries.

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realwildchyld

Dec-17-13 9:12 AM

I don't live in Minot but my family is all there and I'm very concerned. I hope all you folks up there make it through with no flooding.

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rickrod

Dec-17-13 8:32 AM

And what has the City done with all the CBG MILLIONS? the only thing I see being done is building 2 Parking Garages downtown, that had nothing to do with the flood, and a new Fire Station on North Hill, and sewer and water project on South Hill. HMMMMMMMM

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