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Minnewaukan rises above the water to forge new future

October 13, 2013

MINNEWAUKAN – The rising waters of Devils Lake haven’t engulfed the town of Minnewaukan but they have split the city....

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EarlyBird

Oct-13-13 11:05 AM

The big deal is spending 10 million dollars on a building that could be empty next year if the people at Ft Totton stop attending. When they built that school way out of Minnewauken city limits they are dragging allot of the money that is for the citizens of Minnewauken to protect and rebuild during this 20 year flood that is happening. When do they stop calling it a flood and disaster and start to call it normal? That's a start for you saywhat..

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SayWhat

Oct-13-13 10:28 AM

Well, at least they have a new school no matter which students it serves. Not sure what the big deal is?

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EarlyBird

Oct-13-13 8:09 AM

You will have to rewrite this story as soon as the Minnewaukan city election is held. The truth is there are very few students in Minnewaukan and the school was built to serve the Ft Totton area. The citizens are upset with the council acting on it's own to much.

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