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Special, November 10, 2010 -- A World War I and II Service Record from the Kenmare area listed the names of 17 men killed in action.
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Posted 6/21/11 (Tue)
In response to historic releases from the Rafferty,
Personnel at the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge anticipated lowering their releases until upstream portions of the
Information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday night indicated the releases would increase to 17,000 cfs and then 18,700 cfs by the weekend.
The high releases are in response to the expected inflows of the
“That [plan] should take us to an elevation of 1601.5 feet on the lake when the water arrives, which is about as high as we like to go,” Hogan said. “The top of the gates, when they’re closed, is 1601.8 feet.”
No estimate was available for the amount of time
The Army Corps of Engineers has been handling dam operations at
The expected releases from