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PHOTO GALLERY: Check out more than 100 reader-submitted photos from the 1997 flood

Herald readers submitted over 170 photos of what they saw before and after the dikes broke.

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This photo is of Ben and Bev Clayburgh, among the wreckage of the Flood of 1997. Submitted by Vicki Fredrikson.
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Over the past several weeks Herald readers have brought in dozens upon dozens of photos of their friends, families and homes from the 1997 flood.

Their photos show a resilient community that made it through a difficult time in its history.

You can read more stories about the community coming together and its road to recovery and beyond in the coming days at grandforksherald.com/flood-of-1997 .

See the remaining 168 photos here:

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