Fargo-Moorhead river peak scaled back 2 feet

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  • Updated: April 25, 2013 - 9:32 AM

The Red River is expected to peak at Fargo-Moorhead next Wednesday or Thursday somewhere between 38 and 40 feet — with the higher level being 2 feet lower than feared in recent outlooks.

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wagn0404Apr. 24, 13 8:26 PM

Over it. Fargo-Moorhead is located in a flood plain on some of the flattest terrain in the United States. It floods every year. They know how to deal with it. There is--literally--nothing new to see here.

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charles3Apr. 25, 13 6:32 AM

Time to let Mother Nature have this land back. Stop wasting money every year to save something that doesn't deserve to be saved anymore.

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FrankLApr. 25, 1312:17 PM

charles3, exactly where are they supposed to go? Have you ever been there? The Red river valley is 40 miles wide of dead flat ground. The pitchers mound at Target field would be a mountain in that area.

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