Before the Red River has even receded, residents are already considering the future floods.
When the media — that’s me — come flying in to cover the major drama — this isn’t usually the type of thing we focus on — a man and his sump pump.
Not everyone is taking floods seriously.
If some young man in Fargo Moorhead can’t buy a corsage for his date for the prom, this is why.
Not everyone — or at least, everything — is particularly upset about the flooding in western Minnesota.
Georgetown, Minnesota today literally buried the game of baseball in town.
Covering the Red River flooding.
Despite the better preparations, the flood of 2011 is certainly extracting a bigger human toll than previous floods
The Red River has risen about 20 feet since the winter, most of it in the last week.
It’s hard to overstate how things have changed in Moorhead in two years.
Quentin Goehring was sandbagging against a river approaching from across the street on Wednesday evening, when he slumped over and died.
Quentin Goehring of Oakport Township spent all day yesterday sandbagging against a rising Red River. That was a lot to ask of a 75-year-old man. It was too much to ask, as it turned out.
Technically, there’s major flooding underway along the Mississippi River in Saint Paul, even though there’s not.
How does an 18.5 foot river level compare to recent previous floods?
The flood is now officially on, with the activation today of the St. Paul flood webcam along the Mississippi River.