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


Flood insurance rates impacted by hurricanes


McKenzie County chips in to help Hurricane Harvey victims


American Red Cross Western North Dakota gears up to help Hurricane Irma victims


Regional Red Cross looking to deploy more volunteers


Velva man to deliver supplies to Houston


Local podiatrist starts shoe drive for Hurricane Harvey victims


Minot residents connect with Hurricane Harvey victims


Rice Lake residents working with FEMA to raise up homes


Elementary students host fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey


Former KFYR-TV anchor turned Houstonian talks about Hurricane Harvey


Donate: Hurricane Harvey Relief


Souris River Joint Board shows concern over proposed changes to floodwall


University of Mary joins hundreds of other schools in Harvey relief effort


North Dakotans donate blood to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey


Floodwaters drop across much of Houston; death toll at 20


State Water Commission approves nearly $63 million for Minot flood protection


Minot, state leaders push FEMA to rethink city's floodplain map


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