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Great Flood of 2011

Lewis & Clark Lake 10 miles west of Yankton near the boy scout camp.

Yes We Can. No You Can't.

December 1, 2011
The Corps of Engineers came to Yankton and demonstrated why government is floundering in the 21st century.

Big Sioux's Mighty Flood

Here's what happened in 1881 when the Big Sioux River left its banks.

The Missouri: A Strong Brown God?

Old-timers are comparing this year's disaster to 1952, when the river experienced a "spring rise" in April that caused a frenzy of rescue efforts somewhat like we've experienced this year.

Prisons, Flood and Cancer

July 25, 2011
C.S. Lewis wrote, “We read to know we’re not alone.” So we all need to do more reading. Or we could put the books down and reach out to neighbors trapped in their various prisons.

The Flood From Above

June 17, 2011
Dave Tunge of Dakota Aerials has been busy photographing the Missouri flood from his Piper Cub.

The First Song to the Flood of 2011

June 16, 2011
South Dakotans in the way of the river have been too busy sandbagging, moving furniture and — in a few cases — blaming the Corps of Engineers to find time to reflect. But not everyone.

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