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One of Gee and Jamie Knopik’s tractors is pulled out of a river that feeds into the Knife River on Sunday. The Knopiks’ horse barn was destroyed and everything in it displaced by floods from torrential rains Friday night. (Submitted Photo by Gee Knopik)

Picking up the pieces: Thankful for only material losses, Dunn Co. residents help each other clean up, move forward

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MANNING -- The worst flooding in years had Dunn County residents salvaging belongings and pumping out basements Monday.

Torrential rains Friday night caused flooding into Saturday, severely damaging at least 16 farmsteads and tearing up enough roads and bridges that the county is looking at FEMA assistance.

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