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Buffalo Creek Flooding -1966.
Flood of 1979. This flood washed out railway tracks at Rosenfeld.
Credit: J. C. Fehr
Aux Marais River Drain, the failure of the United States authorities in clearing the Pembina River channel of trees and debris and the failure of Canadian and American authorities to arrive at any agreement on a joint water management plan.
Frustrated with the lack of action the farmers and municipality began to take steps on their own building a high earthen dyke along the U.S.-Canada boundary. Since this dyke backed up water on the Amer ican side, it became the focus of a yearly international dispute. U.S.