Levee Districts Say Thank You

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Levee district officials from throughout Monroe and Randolph counties are truly thankful for the support they’ve received during the high-water event this spring and summer. The Mississippi River was above its 30-ft. flood stage for 127 day, between mid-March and July 20. photo - Harrisonville Levee District’s Doug Sondag, Dallon Edler, Brian Edler and Gene Rohlfing …

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