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Members of the Civil Air Patrol's Northland Composite Squadron in Bemidji help homeowners sandbag near their homes Tuesday in the area of 40th Avenue South and Copperfield Court in southeast Fargo. Cadet Tech Sgt. Eric Heinonen is at left. In the center are Cadet Airman First Class Jesse Bushong (holding sandbag) and Maj. David Myers, chaplain, with Cadet Tech. Sgt. Rebekah Schrader and Cadet Tech. Sgt. Beau Braun standing on sandbags in the background. Second Lt. Tom Stinar, deputy commander for cadets,...

Civil Air Patrol helps battle flooding in Fargo area

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As a wintry storm swirled outside, covering the Fargo, N.D., area with a blanket of snow, Civil Air Patrol cadets from the Bemidji area worked inside the Fargodome filling sandbags Wednesday.

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A day earlier, the cadets helped sandbag along the Red River to prevent the anticipated rising water levels from reaching homes.

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