I'm new to blogging but thought I would try to keep people updated on the water situation here in Pembina.
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Jeannie Parsons (Monette) - Colorado Springs, CO
Judy (Feldman) Smith - Bedford, TX
Perry Rector - Long Beach, CAMore Snow!!!Say Hi to Faye and Dave for me if you get a chance. Thanks for the news and photos.
Kevin and Belinda Selfors from Sauk Centre, MN. Hello! We are keeping a close eye on your status and appreciate your work in putting this blog together. My brother and sister-in-law, Kevin and Deanna Hager, have also been giving us daily reports as news develops. We are keeping all of you in our prayers.
Lori(Wilwant)Smith- Palmer, Alaska
Marcie (Larson) McDevitt, Kenosha, WII appreciate having this update. Best wishes to all of you as you fight another flood--here's hoping it won't be too bad!
Joe and Cathy Hancock - Troy, OH We have great memories of living in Pembina, and all the nice people there. Our thoughts are with you all as we watch your spring fight with the high water.
Bobbi Olson, Sterling, VAThanks for keeping us updated on the daily fight. We all need our home town to come back to.
Thank you Laura for keeping us updated on the flood. I appreciate all the pictures too. Will be thinking of everyone in the next few weeks & hope the dikes all hold.Take care & you are in my prayers.Connie DegelderBemidji, Mn
Ernie and DelAnn (Laude) Ohlin - Chico, CAThank you for this this information. My sister and brother-in-law, Kris & Cameron Wilwand, have been keeping us informed also. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you deal with mother nature.
Thanks for the blog, Laura. We are watching and praying.Garnet (Larson) MuehlhausenFergus Falls MN
We are following your blog, Laura. Thanks for the updates. The flood of '97 is still vivid in our minds and we are praying for all of you.Stephen and Pearl Gibbons (Sioux Center, IA)
I love this blog! I'm in Fargo, and grew up in St. Vincent, MN
We are following your blog from Baraboo, WI.I've shared the blog address with my brother in Rochester, MN and my sister in San Diego. (They were born during the floods of 1948 and 1950!)We farmed in the St. Vincent area and are interested and concerned.
Following your blog from Kokomo, Indiana. Your daily updates have special interest as my parents, Marlene and John Johnson, are here for the "duration" of Pembina's high water. Don's mother, Annie Windt, was evacuated from Bethany Homes in Fargo to a church in Casselton.We continue to marvel at the strength and resilience of all the folks up and down the Red River Valley. Stay safe!Jolene (Johnson) and Don Windt
Hi,I am Carol Steenerson's sister Rosemary fromHalifax, VA. I have been looking at your blog and praying for your continued safety. Tell Carol Jean I said Hello!!Rosemay Joyce
Dan Warner - Ruidoso, New Mexico
Hi, I am Janice Feldman Lapp from Elk Grove CA, just 10 miles south of Sacramento. I check the blog daily for updates and get emails from Jim and Cindi Feldman and from Joe and Nancy Defoe. You are in prayers from coast to coast and border to borader and from China! Kudos to all of you for outstanding efforts!Jan
Bert Allen - Mooresville, NCPrayers for Pembina
I lived through the 1948 and 1950 flood. Shoveling the mud and slush out of our living room after the water went down was a terrible experience. I pray that Pembina once again bonds together and beats mother nature.Dick SteffenAnoka, MN
First 12 years of my life were in Pembina, remember floods from the past and how to sandbag at a young age, nice to see names of people I can recognize after being away for 40 years. Might stop by this summer, its also fun to check out the Pembina web site. GO WILDCATS
Good luck with the water and thanks for the pictures.Bob Craig, Divide, CO
Thank you from Stayton, Oregon for keeping all of us "ust to live there" people up to date on the flooding. Scottie and I lived in Pembina from 1949 to 1960, so always followed the news about the Red River in the spring. C. L. Bingham
Thank you for the search blog. Have everyone in my prayers. Carol, La Porte, Texas
Carl Pye Grand Rapids MN. email@example.com
Thank you for the information. Any chance you can show a aerial view of the Canada road/dam just to the North of Tim.Your in AZ now.
Forgot to mention I live in Wis. near the Illinois border. Don Oasheim soah3@yahoo .com
Hoping and praying for the best for my family "back home." Thanks for posting the pictures so those of us on the MN side of the river can get updates. Paulette (Roy) Weleski, Clear Lake, MN.
I follow the flood story closely. Lived in St. Vincent until 1964. Living now in Florida but still have feelings for the homeland, MINESOTA. Hope that all survive the flooding.Dave Seed
Buffalo, NY checking in.
shawn checkley from arthur ontario ca thanks for the link korpat hope ya get some releif soon
Dave Derragon - Laramie, WY
George HowryVeteran of the "48" and "50" floods.Now retired in the high country of Calif.Near Yosemite.
Thank you for the updates.Darlene and Arne Anderson, Duluth, MN
Wow! That's a lot of water. Hope you get relief soon. Max Burbach, Omaha, NE (Max the younger)
Hi, I'm Alison Raheem. I live in Illinois, originally from Olga. You are doing a great job on your blog, the pictures are very good also. Hope everything goes well for all of you
Hi I'm Racheal (Kemnitz) Thompson.My grandparents Lyle and Gladys are still in Pembina and I live in Orlando, FL and I'm glad you have this blog I'm putting it on my favorites.The pics are great and I hope everyone is safe and sound. I'll be watching from space (internet)
This is Wendy (Lapp) Erickson, out west in Visalia, CA. Keeping everyone in our prayers and cheering you on with admiration and awe. Everyone, keep up the great work!
Thank you Laura for the work you have done in keeping us all informed and connected - through the flood blog. So many people worked behind the scenes in protecting our town, I am truly thankful for our community which banded together. The High Water Cafe will be missed and praise to the ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary in Pembina for organizing this and keeping the those who served well fed. Noreen H