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Highway 5 reopens in Pembina County

The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced today that it has reopened N.D. Highway 5 twelve miles south of Pembina, N.D. N.D. Highway 20, 12 miles south of Devils Lake, has water at the edge of the road. Speeds are reduced to 25 mph....

The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced today that it has reopened N.D. Highway 5 twelve miles south of Pembina, N.D.

N.D. Highway 20, 12 miles south of Devils Lake, has water at the edge of the road. Speeds are reduced to 25 mph. No oversize or overweight vehicles are allowed.

N.D. Highway 66, one mile east of Drayton, remains closed. Motorists should use alternate route.

The Red River crossing on N.D. Highway 17, 11 miles east of Grafton, also remains closed.

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