Souris River

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Sou·ris River

A river, about 720 km (450 mi) long, rising in southern Saskatchewan, Canada, and flowing southeast in a great loop into northern North Dakota then north and northeast to the Assiniboine River in southwest Manitoba.
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The above events occurred during the 1969 flood that ravaged Minot and other communities along the Souris River, the Minot Daily News reported.
One of the featured cities--Minot, North Dakota--is still recovering from a record-setting flood in 2011, when the Souris River damaged or destroyed 4,100 homes and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.
From the mouth of the Souris River upwards the Assiniboine has risen
The camp occupied a level piece of prairie almost surrounded by hills with the Souris River in close proximity ...
Operation LYRE saw 375 soldiers called to assist in reinforcing flood control measures when the Souris River breached its banks in July 2011.
The Souris River runs through Minot, N.D., and, most of the time, citizens enjoy fishing, skiing, or walking near it.
The City of Minot, North Dakota is the recipient of $600,000 in Brownfields grant funds which will be used to assess and clean up properties downtown, including areas affected by the flooding of the Souris River in 2011.
Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge and Lake Alice National Wildlife Refuge in north-central North Dakota along the Souris River.
Background: The devastation of the Souris River Flood of2011 doesn't stop after the water recedes; dangerous molds grow and spread in structures that have been inundated with flood water.
In the middle of June, the Souris River threatened the city of Minot for the second time in 2011.
The Souris River in North Dakota broke all previous flooding records.