Flood takes gas line in New Ulm

  • Article by: BILL McAULIFFE and KELLY SMITH , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: March 28, 2011 - 6:33 AM

River peaks are heading toward the metro area, with bigger crests likely to follow.

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cosmicwxdudeMar. 27, 11 6:56 PM

gas is dangerous i don't think we should be exploiting this natural resource for our personal needs. we need more windmills...yes, the sarcasm runs thick.

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SupervonMar. 28, 11 7:36 AM

Hmmm. This flood does not appear to be as bad as predicted. But, remember, Supervon told you it would not be as bad due to the low frost levels in the soil this year. The real reason for they hysteria was the meteoroligists trying to save their jobs from the cutting block. They want you to believe that you could not have predicted this flood without them and their predictions saved hundreds of women and children (that's the Liberal mantra).

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almontcoMar. 28, 11 8:21 AM

Somewhere in this story has to be something that we can blame on the Democrats/Republicans. Yes, sarcasm does run thick.

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lasagnacatMar. 28, 1110:08 AM

If the people of New Ulm can repel an attack of a thousand Sioux warriors, ain't no gas line gonna spook 'em!

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