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10 years after the flood

Ten years after the Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Flood of 1997, a long and winding path delivers us to a very different place. River Road focuses on the recovery road that we've traveled since the river ran through us. We'll take a look at how Gr...

Ten years after the Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Flood of 1997, a long and winding path delivers us to a very different place.

River Road focuses on the recovery road that we've traveled since the river ran through us. We'll take a look at how Grand Forks and East Grand Forks have changed in appearance, in makeup and in attitude over the last 10 years. River Road features stories by Herald senior writer Ryan Bakken and photos from Herald photographers John Stennes and Jackie Lorentz.

Don't miss this keepsake section. Look for it on Sunday, April 15 in your Grand Forks Herald. Order extra copies of this Sunday paper with the

special section to send to family and friends to show our remarkable recovery!

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