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Town piles on sandbags as river rises faster

Residents in Valley City, N.D., were sandbagging Wednesday after forecasters said the Sheyenne River was coming in higher and faster than expected. Full story

Eyes on high water in North Dakota

While emergency workers in boats and all-terrain vehicles went door-to-door Tuesday in rural areas north of Fargo to check on residents isolated by flooding, the Rev. Emily Nesdahl made dozens of telephone calls ministering to stranded congregation members worn out from three straight years of high Full story

North Dakota set for Red River crest; rural areas awash

The Red River was spreading out in a record swath across broad stretches of rural North Dakota and Minnesota on Tuesday and swelling toward a near-record crest in Grand Forks expected within three days. Full story

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Red River flood waters overtake Highway 29 and it's billboards
Red River flood waters overtake Highway 29 and it's billboards

Red River flood waters overtake Highway 29 and it's billboards, forcing the road to close north of Fargo, N.D., on April 11. The river crested in Fargo at 38.75 feet, the fourth-highest flood on record, but flooding is still a problem downstream where officials say about 60 miles of roads are closed

In this April 11, 2011 photo, Woodcrest Drive in Fargo, N.D., forms a peninsula, jutting into the flooding Red River. Authorities are planning door-to-door visits Tuesday, April 12, 2011, in rural areas north of Fargo, N.D., isolated by Red River flooding. (AP Photo/The Forum, Michael Vosburg)

*** BESTPIX ***North Dakota And Minnesota Battle Red River Floods
*** BESTPIX ***North Dakota And Minnesota Battle Red River Floods

FARGO, ND - APRIL 11: A barn is surrounded by floodwater from the Red River on April 11, 2011 near Fargo, North Dakota. Although the Red River crested in Fargo on Saturday at 38.75 feet, the fourth-highest flood on record, areas north of the city are still experiencing near-record flooding.

North Dakota And Minnesota Battle Red River Floods
North Dakota And Minnesota Battle Red River Floods

FARGO, ND - APRIL 11: Vehicles and farm equipment are stranded on a flooded stretch of road April 11, 2011 near Fargo, North Dakota. Although the Red River crested in Fargo on Saturday at 38.75 feet, the fourth-highest flood on record, areas north of the city are still experiencing near-record floo