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Fielding questions from newsmen in Makurdi, however,” According to the elderstateman,D. to the southern border of Grand Forks County as well as parts of Cass County in North Dakota and parts of Minnesota’s Norman and Clay countiesMeteorologists first warned of rising waters along the Red River early last week due to abnormally warm temperatures causing snow to melt and drain into tributaries The weather service predicted Grand Forks could see the Red River rise to 31 feet over the weekendBut temperatures for the Red River Valley have since dropped and are expected to linger below freezing at least until the weekend when the region could see highs return to the mid-30s and even low 40s Until then the colder weather has slowed a mid-February thaw the weather service said“Little additional precipitation is expected over the course of the next week” weather service meteorologists said in the warning “Near normal . temperatures are expected to continue through midweek Note that these temperatures may cause river levels to slow a bit and not reach as high as their forecast values”By early Monday morning the Red River in Grand Forks climbed to about 294 feet or about a foot and a half above the minor flood level and is expected to fall below the action level by Friday morning according to the forecastHowever the Red River in Oslo has continued to climb above the minor flood level of 26 feet with the weather service recording 274 feet by Monday morning The forecast has the river there cresting at 285 feet or a foot and a half below the moderate flooding level by Tuesday evening The Red at Oslo should fall after that but likely will stay in the minor flood stage through SundayThe warning is expected to expire 6 pm Thursday though the weather service may update its forecast throughout the week The predictions in the warning did not include the effects of ice and ice jams but it did warn residents to “take steps to protect life and property” if necessary watch river levels and not to travel through flooded areasAn updated flood forecast is expected Thursday The Richland County Sheriff’s Office said a deputy saw a vehicle driving erratically on a rural Lidgerwood road about 9 pm Sunday Feb 18 and identified the driver as Thomas A Mattson who was known to be on house arrestThe deputy tried to pull over Mattson but he kept driving and started a low-speed pursuit into Lidgerwood the sheriff’s office said in a news release Additional officers joined the pursuit that reached 15 to 20 mphMattson continued on two flattened tires after a North Dakota trooper deployed spike strips but eventually stopped As officers approached Mattson rammed the front of a Richland County squad car and again fled driving over a sidewalk and through a yard before spike strips were again deployed and deflated another tire the sheriff’s office saidMattson eventually stopped outside his Lidgerwood home but refused deputies’ orders and was ineffectively shocked with a Taser the sheriff’s office said He was then removed from his vehicle and taken by ambulance to CHI St Francis Health in Breckenridge Minn, N.The Morton County Sheriff’s Department has scheduled a live press conference for 4:45 p The press conference is being streamed live on the Morton County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page and we have embedded the press conference below for you to watch.It happened at the CHS Grain Elevator in Winger Minnesota After about an hour crews managed to stop the flow of gas around 1Monday morning and find the cause of the leak"It appears that something hit the valve and possibly cracked it But the gas company was able to get the leak stopped” said Volunteer Fire Chief Scott Revier In Winger a Sunday night storm tore through town tearing the siding off of a church and causing thousands of dollars in damage all around the areaA massive clean-up effort in a small town "I was surprised to see what I came to here this morning” said Volunteer Ron Lemer "I don’t know if a tornado came through here or what but sure made a mess” said Lemer Fast moving winds sliced through the siding a home and wrapping a trampoline around a tree "Upwards 50 60 miles an hour if not higher” said Volunteer Rueben Fritsch The national weather service estimates winds hit a maximum of 66 miles per hour about 14 miles away in Fosston Winds in Winger could’ve been higherNo one was injured in the overnight storm The National Weather Service plans to assess the damage tomorrow to see if a tornado touched down "I think we’re just kind of probably overwhelmed yet Haven’t really sat back to think about it” said Revier The storm uprooted and damaged dozens of trees A group of volunteers from the town bank volunteered to clear branches and trunks from their neighbors’ yards "Just to clean up our little town It takes all of us chipping together The city itself has limited resources We just got to come out and get it all cleaned up and move on” said Lemer The small town doesn’t have a streets department to clear the mess Neighbors say they’re happy for their help "Every time everybody comes in and pitches in and helps clean it up it sure puts a smile on everybody’s face Kind of gets them over that hump” said Lemer A few blocks away volunteers help clear trees from the church "We’ve got a lot of siding down We’ve got a window in the steeple go down Behind the siding is ravaged on the roof in the back A lot of shingles missing We’ve got glass broken everywhere and trees down It’s been one heck of a day already” said Fritsch The storm broke windows ripped the roof off and caused water damage in the church They’re waiting on damage estimates but say it’ll likely be thousands of dollars "To do the damage that it’s done you now it’s the second time in a month and a half that it’s happened” said Fritsch About six weeks ago another storm tore through the area And the same people cleaning up today — are the same ones who did the job then "This is just another reason to get tougher and everyone is working hard and sweating and getting it done” said Fritsch A town coming together to clean up "These are my neighbors I want to help them I’d want them to help me if I needed help” said Revier you invest in such a way that you have a reserve, Miller’s payment, He appeared Thursday in Burleigh County District Court.

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Fill washers full, People are being busted for drugs like marijuana and meth each day. East Grand Forks Police Department: "Between 80 and 85 people that have been arrested since the first of the year, The special counsel has already issued 20 indictments and secured guilty pleas from five individuals,S.