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Duluth Mayor Don Ness Offers a Message on the State of Recovery One Year After the June 2012 Flood [VIDEO]

A year ago today, community members found themselves shellshocked by the extensive damage that followed intense rainfall overnight June 19-20, 2012. In the year since the flood, much progress has been made, but as Duluth Mayor Don Ness says, there is still a long road ahead in achieving full recovery for the city.

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One Year Later: The Twin Ports Remembers the Devastating Flooding of June 19 and 20, 2012 [VIDEOS + PHOTO GALLERY]

It's been one year since a large storm system dropped several inches of rain on the region; leaving homes, businesses, roadways, and entire communities damaged around the Duluth/Superior region. A year later, we take a look back at some of the incredible photos and videos that left us awestruck.

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Navigating & Fishing the St. Louis River for the First Time Since June Flood [Photos]

I was invited to go fishing the St. Louis river with my friend Rich and his dad yesterday morning, and it would be my first time up the river since the historic 2012 June flood.  The damage along the riverbank was unbelievable.  There were mudslides, islands washed away, and trees toppled into the river all along the way.

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I don't think the heavy stuff's gonna come down for quite awhile - Photo by Pete Fontaine/Getty Images
I don't think the heavy stuff's gonna come down for quite awhile - Photo by Pete Fontaine/Getty Images
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Tornado and Flash Flood Watches Are In Effect Across Northland

While a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the Twin Ports, you should also use caution if you are traveling across the region tonight as there is the possibility of tornado activity in other counties.

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Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images
Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images
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Free Carbon Monoxide Detectors Available For Northland Flood Victims

An area organization continues to help flood victims in the Northland get their lives back on track.

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Flickr User:  Kyle May
Flickr User: Kyle May
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Culvert Repair Project Begins Today on Highway 23 Near Fond du Lac

Flood repairs continue to be worked on across the Northland, and we've received word from the Minnesota Department of Transportation that another project will be in full swing today.

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photo: Tony Hart
photo: Tony Hart
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Motorcyclist in Critical Condition After Driving Into Gully Near Barker’s Island

A motorcyclist drove into a gulley last night created by the June flood near Barker's Island.  At 8:39 pm, a witness saw the motorcyclist drive slowly through the baracades and over the edge of the road on Marina Drive

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City of Duluth To Begin Repairing Skyline Parkway Tomorrow

The City of Duluth has announced that work will begin on the Skyline Parkway Scenic Byway to repair damage caused by the June 20th Flood.

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Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
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Minnesota Vikings Texting Campaign To Help Northland Flood Victims

Well FEMA may be no help to individuals who suffered flood damage, but the Minnesota Vikings are stepping up to help.   The Vikings are asking fans to help with Northland Flood relief by doing the simple task of sending a text message.

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Governor Dayton's appeal was denied - Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
Governor Dayton's appeal was denied - Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
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FEMA Denies Appeal For Individual Flood Aid

When FEMA originally denied individual flood-disaster aid for Northland residents, Governor Mark Dayton formally appealed their decision.  It appears the appeal was in vain as it has been officially denied.

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Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Southbound Highway 61/London Road To Close For Flood Repair

The flood repairs continue across the area and the Minnesota Department Of Transportation has announced closure on southbound highway 61 / London Road beginning Wednesday August 8th.  Their press release states that a large culvert beneath Highway 61/London Road was heavily damaged during the June storm and the road adjacent to it was undermined.

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Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images
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Governor Mark Dayton Appeals FEMA Decision

Recently FEMA denied individual aid to flood victims in our area.  Obviously this was not a popular decision and created hardship for many of our neighbors.  Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton does not support this decision at all and he's trying to get FEMA to reconsider with his appeal.

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