2012 Northland Flood

  • Stronger Than Any Storm: The Northland Recovers

    Monday, Jul 2 at 1:54 PM

    This weekend in an hour long special report, Barbara Reyelts will find out what it will take to bring our communities back to life and how the Northland is stronger than any storm.

  • FEMA Tours Northlands Flood Damage

    Two Harbors, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- FEMA is on the ground, inspecting the Northlands roads, bridges, and public utilities Wednesday.

  • State Requests FEMA Damage Assessment Teams

    St. Paul, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- Following an assessment by state authorities, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) requested preliminary damage assessment teams from FEMA.

  • Moose Lake Swept by Floods

    ST PAUL — Flooding has impacted the Moose Lake sewage system, and city officials are developing plans in the case evacuation becomes necessary for patients at the Mercy Hospital and Augustana Mercy Health Care Center.

  • Approach to Highway 210 Bridge Wiped Out

    Thomson, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The historically high St. Louis River has wiped out the approach to the Highway 210 bridge in Thomson.

  • Flooding in Barnum

    Barnum, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Officials in Barnum say that the city's water source was not compromised due to flooding and is safe to use.

  • Flooding Update

    St. Paul, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- The Department of Public Safety Commissioner is back in the Northland, assessing the flood damage for possible federal aid.

  • 200 Flood Related Jobs Available in Duluth

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- One Duluth company is looking for some muscles to help in the cleanup effort of the recent floods and they are willing to pay.

  • Carlton County Road Closures & Openings

    A current list of road closures & openings for Barnum, Carlton, Thomson, Esko, Moose Lake, Cromwell and Wright.

  • YMCA Opening Its Doors to Flood Victims

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Both the Duluth and Superior YMCA's are opening their doors to the victims of Wednesday's devastating floods.

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