THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Mystery Bridge Nr. 24: The Red Rock Bridges
Our 24th Mystery Bridge profile (as I counted the unusual bridge type in a salty German city as nr. 23) features not only one bridge, but as many as five, all going back to Marion County, Iowa, whic... Posted on 5/16/13 at 5:53 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Whole Story in 12 Words
A while back I was working on a story about the massive 2009 flood here in Jamestown for a company-wide project. The story ended up not getting used, but before it ended, we asked the project leader h... Posted on 9/25/12 at 9:24 AM
BOY SCOUT BLOG 2011...A Year in Review
The first year of the second century of Scouting is drawing to a close. How exciting to be part of a relevant, dynamic organization that does so much good for kids, families and communities!
After th... Posted on 12/30/11 at 5:57 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Living with Water: Your thoughts and experiences wanted.
It was almost hard to believe. Last month while we visited my husband's parents in Iowa, we ran into an old neighbor of theirs who has since moved to Texas. He and his wife moved there to be closer to... Posted on 8/7/11 at 8:08 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND More counties added to disaster list
Five North Dakota counties have been added to the state’s presidential disaster declaration in response to spring and summer flooding and storms, according to a news release from Gov. John Hoeve... Posted on 7/13/10 at 12:41 PM
Although spring flooding in North Dakota wasn't as bad advertised in some areas, officials who are totaling the damages said Friday the costs are piling up. The question is whether the final figure will impress the federal government.
FARGO — Perched in a boat drifting slowly along the Red River, Dan Thomas kept one eye on a laptop and the other on a $60,000 piece of floating hardware that beamed sound waves deep into the flooding river.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Perched in a boat drifting slowly along the Red River, Dan Thomas kept one eye on a laptop and the other on a $60,000 piece of floating hardware that beamed sound waves deep into the flooding river. As the signal bounced off water molecules and returned, the laptop sorted it into data on the river's depth and speed and transmitted it instantly to the National Weather Service.
Dave Kolpack and Steve Karnowski, Associated Press
, May 05, 2013
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The Red River has topped major flood stage in Fargo, but forecasters say the river should peak at an earlier date and a lower height than was predicted when the city began its flood preparation.
FESSENDEN, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota Transportation Department urged drivers Sunday to slow down and use caution because melting snow will push water onto some roads in the northeastern part of the state in the next few days.
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