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Abby Faulkner
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Reporter Joins Pair Paddling Length of Sauk River [VIDEO]

So, last week we brought you the story of Todd Foster and Scott Miller, two canoeists who decided to paddle the over 120 mile-long Sauk River. Here's part two - when WJON's Abby Faulkner joined them for a day.

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Two Canoeists To Paddle 110 Mile-Long Sauk River [AUDIO]

A pair of canoers will paddle the 110 mile long Sauk River, starting at Lake Osakis and ending in St. Cloud, where it empties into the Mississippi. The trip will take 8 days, and Scott Miller and Todd Foster will make evening stops in riverside towns to host meet and greets and other activities.

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Veterans Drive To Close Again Thursday Night

The Stearns County Engineer's Office says Veterans Drive will be closed again Thursday night into Friday morning. Veterans Drive will be closed from 7:00 p.m. Thursday until 7:00 a.m. Friday for sewer and water crossings

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St. Cloud Gives Approval For Night Work on West Metro Project

Work on the West Metro Corridor project can take place at night after the St. Cloud City Council approved the request this week. The night work won't be a common occurrence, but rather only a handful of times.

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photo by WJON.com's Abby Faulkner
photo by WJON.com's Abby Faulkner
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Despite High Water, Anton’s Staying Dry

The Sauk River is flowing over it's banks, but so far Anton's Restaurant has not been affected. Owner Patti Gaetz says, even though they have water in part of their parking lot, the restaurant is open and is staying dry.

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Sauk River In St. Cloud To Go Into Flood Warning

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for the Sauk River in St. Cloud. The flood warning will go into effect on Thursday morning.

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Sauk, Mississippi Rivers Starting To Rise

The Sauk and Mississippi Rivers in St. Cloud are starting to rise. However, both are still well below flood stage. The National Weather Service's Hydrologic Prediction Service says both rose slightly over the weekend, but both are still about two-feet below action stage.

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Photo Courtesy of Steven Sohlstrom from FlightFlash.com.  An arial view of the Mississppi River, below the St. Cloud Dam taken on Tuesday, March 15th.
Photo Courtesy of Steven Sohlstrom from FlightFlash.com. An arial view of the Mississppi River, below the St. Cloud Dam taken on Tuesday, March 15th.
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Sauk, Mississippi Rivers Holding Steady So Far

So far so good on the Sauk and Mississippi Rivers in St. Cloud. The latest measurements by the National Weather Service's Hydrologic Prediction Service indicate that both rivers have remained steady, and have not risen yet this week.

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A flooded road along the Red River near Fargo in March of 2010.
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Counties Alert Residents To Prepare For Spring Flooding

The National Weather Service is predicting a high likelihood of significant flooding across Minnesota this spring. It has emergency management personnel in Stearns and Benton counties working hard to be prepared.

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