KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS Choose a flood of kindness this spring
Sunshine! Warm (well, warmer) temperatures!
Its amazing how my mood fluctuates with the weather forecast.
I have been sitting under a gray cloud for far too long, and its making me crabby. No amount... Posted on 4/29/13 at 8:25 PM
THE NEW FORTY Your grace period has arrived - make the most of it.
If you are out and about looking around you can tell that we are finally transitioning between seasons. Winter, which is supposed to be over according to the calendar, is preparing to ease its way out... Posted on 3/25/13 at 10:38 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Moderne ou Historique? The newly rebuilt Sutliff Bridge
What is modern and what is historic, when we look at bridges in general? This question is very difficult because it is based on the individual bridge and its appearance. Sometimes we cross a truss b... Posted on 10/17/12 at 4:19 AM
STORM TRACKER 15 Years Ago
It is hard to believe that fifteen years have passed by since the Flood of the Century in April 1997. That flood was preceded by what was arguably the most significant blizzard to strike the state o... Posted on 4/5/12 at 8:16 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #55 - Talking Baseball and more
The snow might be starting to fall outside my window, but at Areavoices we're talking Major League baseball. I'm excited that one of our favorite bloggers, Chad Jacobsen of Twins Focus has taken on th... Posted on 11/30/11 at 4:45 PM
GRAND FORKS — When floodwaters threatened Clausen Springs Dam on the Sheyenne River in April 2009, forcing the precautionary evacuation of the 55 residents of Kathryn just downstream, the North Dakota National Guard used remote video cameras mounted on Black Hawk helicopters to inspect damage.
FARGO — City officials are concerned that new national regulations could mean sharp jumps in flood insurance premiums for many Fargo homeowners — yearly increases that could start as early as next year.
GRAND FORKS — Parts of the Red River Valley can expect major flooding in the coming weeks, as recent snowstorms and cold temperatures combined to substantially increase the risk of “a big one,” according to the National Weather Service.
DULUTH, Minn. — With all Northland residents apparently safe from immediate danger, state, federal and local officials began assessing damage Thursday from this week’s torrential rains and flash flood and already are putting the price tag well beyond $100 million.
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