Almanac North - June 22, 2012

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Video Summary

Topics: "The Flood of 2012" & "New Superior National Forest Supervisor"

Description: The damage total continues to rise from unprecedented flooding in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin, after nearly 10-inches of rain fell in a little more than 24-hours. Local officials talked about the extent of damage, the cleanup process and more. We also featured a video report on the flooding, including comments from Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and Duluth Mayor Don Ness.

And the 3-million acre Superior National Forest, comprising a large portion of Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region, welcomed a new supervisor this Spring.

Guests: Michael Stewart, National Weather Service; Duane Hill, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Brenda Halter, Superior National Forest Supervisor

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