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Several feet of water floods the pioneer village at Bonanzaville following a torrential rain that hit West Fargo in 1975. The storm overwhelmed the Sheyenne River forcing it to leave its banks, finally cresting at 22.37 feet. Submitted photo

Looking Back: City has interesting relationship with Sheyenne River

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As the threat of another potential record flood season grows closer, it seems appropriate to examine the history of West Fargo's relationship with the Sheyenne River.

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