About 40 friends and family packed into cars and a mobile home Friday to make the trek from the most western part of North Dakota to Dickinson’s Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport to finally say hello to Josh Barthel face-to-face. The National Guard specialist arrived Friday night to welcome signs, balloons, cheers and hugs after a yearlong deployment in Kuwait.
MINOT (AP) — Dozens of residents returned to their waterlogged homes Wednesday for the first time since the Souris River breached its banks and inundated much of Minot last month. Some cried, overwhelmed by the destruction, and others wasted no time trying salvage what was left of the homes, most of which were not insured against flooding.
Three guardsmen from Dickinson are set to return to North Dakota today after having served for eight months in Iraq at a base complex near the Baghdad International Airport. They arrived at Camp Shelby, Miss., on Wednesday after 15 hours of traveling.
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