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Flood Victims

Roundup flood follow up fair grounds

Roundup flood follow up fair grounds

Road 4, which provides access to the Musselshell County Fairgrounds, was severely damaged by flooding. The fairgrounds are off limits and the 4-H Fair was moved to an alternate location.

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Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe Burt Holmes

Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe Burt Holmes

Burt Holmes gets a roll for a customer in the Stage Stop Cafe near Roundup, on Wednesday July, 20, 2011. The Cafe recently reopened after the Musselshell River flood.

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Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

Leslie and Mark Clark's Coffee Corral in Roundup is almost ready. After floodwaters trashed their previous kiosk, they decided to make the new one floatable.

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Roundup flood follow up sheetrock

Roundup flood follow up sheetrock

Sheetrock and insulation was removed from the bottom four feet of Cody Bascom's flood damaged home in Roundup, MT. Wednesday July, 20, 2011 photo.

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Roundup flood follow up deer

Roundup flood follow up deer

A deer walks near the Musselshell river in Roundup, MT Wednesday July, 20, 2011.

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Roundup flood follow up Cody Bascom

Roundup flood follow up Cody Bascom

Cody Bascom sets a countertop against a wall in her flood damaged home in Roundup on Wednesday July, 20, 2011.

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Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe cooking

Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe cooking

Bert Holmes cooks a breakfast feast at the Stage Stop Cafe near Roundup.

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Roundup flood follow up furniture

Roundup flood follow up furniture

Flood damaged furniture waits for pickup at the solid waste disposal site in Roundup, MT Wednesday July, 20, 2011.

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Roundup flood follow up Bascom

Roundup flood follow up Bascom

Cody Bascom Dimmick and her husband, Stoney, are doing most of the work repairing their flood-damaged home. Her latest worry -- black mold.

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Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

The Coffee Corral is under construction in Roundup, MT Wednesday July, 20, 2011. The owner promised he would build a floating shop after the flood.

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Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe open

Roundup flood follow up Stage Stop Cafe open

Ruth Holmes refills maple syrup dispensers in the Stage Stop Cafe. The cafe re-opened Tuesday.

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Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

Roundup flood follow up Coffee Corral

Flood water still stands in the street in front of an old grain elevator in Roundup, MT Wednesday July, 20, 2011.

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Roundup flood follow up river

Roundup flood follow up river

The Musselshel River is back within its banks leaving silt and erosion from this year's flooding west of Roundup, Mont. on Wednesday July, 20, 2011.

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Robert Decottau

Robert Decottau

Flood victim Robert Decottau carries some of his belongings into the Crow Agency Multipurpose Center on Friday. Evacuees moved from Montana State University Billings to a temporary shelter set up by the American Red Cross at Crow Agency.

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Robert Decottau unloads

Robert Decottau unloads

Flood victim Robert Decottau carries belongings into the Crow Multipurpose Center on Friday. Evacuees were moved from Petro Hall at Montana State University Billings to temporary shelter provided by the American Red Cross at Crow Agency.

June 03, 2011 2:50 pmLoading…
Brian Lamoure

Brian Lamoure

Public information officer Brian Lamoure talks about the American Red Cross temporary shelter at the Crow Multipurpose Center on Friday. Evacuees moved from Petro Hall at Montana State University Billings to temporary shelter at Crow Agency.

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Crow Red Cross shelter blankets

Crow Red Cross shelter blankets

American Red Cross official Travis Thomas wheels a load of blankets in the Crow Multipurpose Center on Friday. Evacuees moved from Petro Hall at Montana State University Billings to temporary shelter at Crow Agency.

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Travis Thomas

Travis Thomas

American Red Cross official Travis Thomas wheels a load of blankets in the Crow Multipurpose Center on Friday. Evacuees moved from Petro Hall at Montana State University Billings to temporary shelter at Crow Agency.

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Final evacuees leave MSUB's Petro Hall, arrive in Crow

Final evacuees leave MSUB's Petro Hall, arrive in Crow

By 10 this morning, the last of the evacuees -- 90 in all -- from Crow Agency left the Red Cross shelter at Montana State University Billings and headed back to the Crow Reservation.

June 03, 2011 11:00 am Photos

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Sen. Max Baucus hands out lunch sacks

Sen. Max Baucus hands out lunch sacks

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., hands out lunch sacks from the Salvation Army food van at the Red Cross shelter at Montana State University Billings on Tuesday. Nearly 200 evacuees, most of them from the Crow Reservation, remain at the shelter. Officials are still looking for an alternative shelte…

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