Craig Ferguson remembers watching a newscast two years ago about flooding in the Fargo-Moorhead area. More specifically, he recalled the images of people filling sandbags – and couldn’t help but empathize with the back-breaking labor. “There should be an easier, more efficient way,” he remembered thinking. “It’s hard work.”
Afton City Council declared a state of emergency in advance of anticipated spring flooding at its March 15 meeting. Afton is anticipating a major flood based on National Weather Service projections, Public Works Director Ken Johnson said.
CLARA CITY — A return to sub-freezing temperatures gave area flood fighters a reprieve, but worries remain about the additional moisture held in the 6-12 inches of snow and slush that now blankets the landscape.
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