DEVILS LAKE, ND (WDAZ-TV) - On Thursday, a control structure designed to prevent catastrophic flooding was dedicated in the Lake Region.
The Army Corps of Engineers was on hand to celebrate the dedication of the Tolna Coulee control.
DEVILS LAKE, ND (WDAZ-TV) - The Corps of Engineers has finished work on a control structure on the Tolna Coulee. The $9 million project is designed to keep flood waters from damaging communities downstream.
(WDAZ-TV) - Crews were tearing out roads in Nelson County on Wednesday to install culverts as part of the Tolna Coulee. That construction will hopefully relieve some flooding issues, but is getting in the way of everyday life for rural residents.
DEVILS LAKE (WDAZ-TV) - The Army Corps of Engineers opened bids Tuesday for the control structure at the Tolna Coulee and the city of Devils Lake continues to fight the state water commission to re-gain control of the land the structure will be built on.
DEVILS LAKE, ND (WDAZ-TV) - City officials are taking a stand against the state water commission.
Devils Lake officials are challenging the state's right to seize city-owned land at the Tolna Coulee through a process called "Quick Take."
(AP) — North Dakota's Water Commission has begun a process of forcing the city of Devils Lake to sell land for a flood-control structure, although Mayor Dick Johnson said Thursday that negotiations on the dispute are still possible.
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