2012 Northland Flood

  • State Agencies Listen to Flood Concerns

    Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- Three Disaster Centers are open to help individuals and businesses locate resources after the flood of the century. In Willow River, Barnum, and Duluth state agencies are here to help through July 9th.

  • President Obama Declares Northern Minnesota Disaster Area

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- 13 counties and three tribal reservations will be receiving federal aid to help in the cleanup efforts of the recent flooding.

  • Over $78,000 Awarded So Far to United Way Flood Recovery Fund

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- Donations from 10 different Northland businesses have already totaled over $78,000 for the United Way Twin Ports Region Long-Term Flood Recovery Fund for the recent flooding.

  • Flood Victims Lent a Helping Paw

    (Duluth, MN) Northland's NewsCenter -- A local animal shelter teams up with two big national names to hand out free pet food to those affected by the June flooding.

  • Business Flood Recovery Fund

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) --- A new fund has been set up to help small, local businesses get back on their feet after the recent flooding in the Northland.

  • Disaster Recovery Centers Open July 6-9

    Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- June's flood waters have receded, putting people into recovery mode, trying to repair damage to homes and businesses. For those struggling to find some type of aid, help is coming soon to the Northland.

  • Superior Landfill Fee Waived through July 31st

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - The City of Superior has extended the time that residents can dispose of flood damaged items without a fee at the Landfill through July 31st.

  • Superior Not Likely to Meet Federal Designation for Aid

    Superior, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - City leaders say it's likely they won't receive federal dollars to rebuild the city. To date, Superior has had reports of damage from 707 property owners but in only 17 instances has the damage risen to the level defined as “major damage.”

  • St. Louis County to Extend Acceptance of Flood-Related Debris

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- The St. Louis County Environmental Services Department announced it will continue to accept flood-related debris from residents and businesses of the County Solid Waste Management Area at no charge.

  • Mont Du Lac needs help with clean-up efforts

    Mont du Lac is having a Volunteer Work Day to continue storm clean up efforts and work on projects that had to be set aside because of the storm.