FARGO, N.D. -- The flood waters that inundated most of Grand Forks and environs last month have caused a run on water, said an official at one leading wholesaler. s the result of the melting of this past winter's record snows. "We're probably doing tenfold or twentyfold above what we normally do," Hanson told SN. He said Nash Finch has been sending trucks filled with water to Grand Forks every day. Water sales have also picked up in other parts of the region that have remained dry, such ...

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