As Missouri River Rises, Control Efforts Take Shape

New York Times: Adding to an already brutal season of flooding, another major waterway -- this time, the Missouri River -- is rising because of record rain and snow, meaning major flooding is likely from the headwaters in Montana to where it flows into the still-swollen Mississippi River. The sharp rise of the upper Missouri has forced officials to release unprecedented amounts of water from a series of dams that normally control the flow of the river, leading to the evacuations of homes and the construction......

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