flood

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.
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 J…
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.
Grandmas On The Hill Set To Re-Open Monday August 6th
After the flood, one the hardest hit businesses over the hill was Grandmas Restaurant.  After countless hours of cleanup and remodeling, Grandmas on the hill is all set to once again open to the public and they will also  help other flood victims.
Flood Clean Up Supplies Available At Cloquet Armory
People who were affected by the flood of the century can get clean up supplies and other help at the Cloquet Armory from 7am-7pm.  The Armory is located at 801 Minnesota 33, Cloquet, MN.  Supplies are available through this Thursday, but potentially longer...
Jay Cooke State Park Closed Indefinitely
The Jay Cooke State Park will remain closed indefinitely following the historic flood on June 20th, 2012.  Highway 210 that runs through the park is washed away near the bridge and much of the park has been washed away as well.

Load More Articles