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Missouri River water management plan


Officials moving forward with plans to update Heart River Levee


Program to help residents impacted by 2011 flood


Minot receives major loan for flood protection project


NWS hydrologist says flooding will not be an issue in ND this year


Cold conditions impact Minot flood protection project


Minot, state leaders kick off flood protection project construction


Fox Island flood protection


Discussion on funding flood protection for Minot


Souris River Joint Board look to Army Core of Engineers for funding


Fox Island residents express concerns over flood protection project


Army Corp of Engineers approves permits for Minot's Flood Protection Project


FEMA grant for Rice Lake flood protection moving forward


Souris River Joint Board discuss bids for phases two and three of flood protection project


Phase one of Minot's flood protection to be re-bid, second, third-phase bids opened


FEMA issues changes to Minot, Ward County floodplain maps


FEMA awards Rice Lake with flood protection grant


Minot gains access to $5 million for flood protection property buyouts


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