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Part 6: Exposing Fargo Moorhead (FMDA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

Part 6: Exposing Fargo Moorhead (FMDA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

Continued from: Part 1 – Exposing the FMDA and USACE Part 2 – Exposing the FMDA and USACE Part 3 – Exposing the FMDA and USACE Part 4 – Exposing the FMDA and USACE Part 5 – Exposing the FMDA and USACE If Fargo-Moorhead were a house with a leaky roof and Fargo had 100 […]

Forum Editorial Staff Admits to Being Dumb as a Plank

Forum Editorial Staff Admits to Being Dumb as a Plank

Fargo Forum Editorial Staff uses broad strokes to assail anyone not aligned with “their version” of “remedies” or “realities” of the Fargo Dam and FM Diversion to be as “dumb as a plank”.

5 Years Ago Today, Keeping Fear Alive

5 Years Ago Today, Keeping Fear Alive

Lack of spring 2014 flooding prompts the Fargo Forum to solicit readers into sharing stories and fears about 2009 flood memories in a shameless attempt to keep the Fargo Dam and FM Diversion project in limelight.

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties December 12th, 2013

Defending Richland and Wilkin counties December 12th, 2013

Flood stages should be used as a tool for community awareness and not as a bargaining chip to subverse citizens and legislators. Fargo should follow Wahpeton’s lead and adopt more representative flood stages.

Original Blain Johnson Letter titled: Why Doesn't Fargo Change Flood Stage?

Original Blain Johnson Letter titled: Why Doesn’t Fargo Change Flood Stage?

Original version of Blain Johnson letter to the editor. What would prompt the Fargo Forum to tamper, with yet another letter to the editor, to fit what the Forum deems appropriate titling and content?

Fargo Flooding More Fabrication Than Flood

Fargo Flooding More Fabrication Than Flood

The only thin evidence that Fargo has to support the theory of “wet period” is the exceedance of the 18′ flood stage every year since 1993. Which had more to do with development encroachment and displacement from the natural flood plain, than any additional flood threats created by mother nature.

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