Flood battle being won in SD's Brown County - KOTA Territory News

Flood battle being won in SD's Brown County



    ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) _ Water levels are holding steady or falling
in northeastern South Dakota's Brown County, giving flood-wearing
residents and officials some relief.
    Water threatening the Camino Real neighborhood just north of
Aberdeen dropped several inches over the weekend. Resident Kenneth
Erdmann says he's confident the flood battle is going to be won.
    County Emergency Management Director Scott Meints says the James
River at Columbia and Stratford is holding steady. He says the Elm
River is below flood stage, and Moccasin Creek is slowly falling.
    (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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