Bemidji assistant principal helps flood fight in Fargo-Moorhead
From assistant principal in Bemidji High School halls to Army Guardsmen on Clay County streets, Captain Chip Rankin leads and keeps a watchful eye.
"Yesterday I was mentoring kids, now I am mentoring soldiers."
The Guardman's chopper control points in Moorhead, secures dikes, and provides 3 quick response teams that can lay 4 to 10-thousand sandbags in 10 minutes, if one of these dikes breaks.
"Excited to be here to help as long as needed."
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