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SHEYENNE RIVER

Heavy rains prompted Valley City to adjust for a Sheyenne River crest that was four feet higher than first expected.
The Sheyenne Water Trail will run through four North Dakota counties and through the scenic Fort Ransom State Park.
Today's drought doesn't compare to the 1930s. The Red River in Fargo stopped flowing for 823 days beginning on July 25, 1932, the longest stretch on record that the river stopped running.
Officials are not releasing the woman’s age or name at this time to give the family more time to notify her extended family.

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A group of volunteers including students from Valley City State University worked for several days in October to collect and move thousands of mussels in the Sheyenne River just east of Kathryn and about 18 miles south of Valley City.
The Sheyenne RiverFest is going on this week on the Sheyenne River through Aug. 8. The one-day canoe/kayak event last year was expanded this year due to COVID-19. Last year therere were launching points and booths in Valley City and Fort Ransom State Park.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — Water lapped at the bottoms of bridges, covered roads and flooded park space Wednesday, Oct. 16, as the Sheyenne River continued its steady rise closer to flood stage in Valley City.
Accused killer Billy Joe Herman is set to be sentenced Friday, Oct. 18, in Fargo.
HARWOOD, N.D. — WDAY Meteorologist Lydia Blume captured this video of flooded fields beside a closed road Tuesday, April 9, just west of the Sheyenne River.
VALLEY CITY - Crews looking for a missing Valley City State University student found his body in the Sheyenne River this morning, Valley City Police Chief Fred Thompson said.

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VALLEY CITY - Firefighters are searching the Sheyenne River for a man who was riding in a rubber raft when it capsized early this morning. Valley City police Chief Fred Thompson said the man and two other men got into the raft about 1 a.m. near t...
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (AP) -- The Corps of Engineers plans an environmental study of a proposed water control structure on the Tolna Coulee at Devils Lake.
North Dakota does not need approval from the Environmental Protection Agency to move more water off of Devils Lake, the White House announced Tuesday.

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