* FLOOD WARNING FOR...
NORTHEASTERN WASECA COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA...
RICE COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA...
SOUTHEASTERN LE SUEUR COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA...
STEELE COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA
The Rice County Board of Commissioners Wednesday night joined the City Councils from Faribault and Northfield in declaring a State of Emergency due to experienced and anticipated future flooding. County Emergency Management Director Jennifer Hauer went before the board requesting the designation saying they are more prepared now than they were during the 2010 flooding and if the rains don't stop the flooding could be every bit as bad
Opening ceremonies for the Faribault Heritage Days celebration are tonight at 6pm in Central park. After Heritage Days Committee members introduce some of the events and the parade Grand Marshalls, the first Concert In The Park takes place
Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn attended an emergency Faribault City Council meeting and told KDHL following the meeting Wilderness Park off 151st Street East and Highway 3 was being barricaded due to high water
The Faribault City Council held an emergency meeting at City Hall this morning and passed a resolution declaring a State of Emergency. Mayor John Jasinski gaveled the meeting to order with all council members present
Mayor John Jasinski stopped by KDHL to inform everyone that there would be an emergency City Council meeting this morning at 11am to discuss plans to prepare for possible flooding of the Straight River
Farmers and others are asking, when will this all end. Rivers are rising, some parks are under water, (like teepeetonka in the photo)another up to about 3 inches of rain reported around the area since yesterday
Faribault Parks and Recreation Director Paul Penansky tells KDHL Teepeetonka Park has been closed due to flooding. City Emergency Management Director Dusty Dienst told City Council members meeting as a Committee of the Whole Tuesday night a check of the Straight River coming into Faribault found between midnight and 2am Tuesday the river level went up 4 inches, from 2-6am it went up a foot and from 6-10am up another foot
This is a picture of a typical field in out listening area. Because of the heavy rains there is a lot of ponding in lower areas of fields. The corn that is completely under water will die in about two days
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