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From left: Cole Story of Ranier, Curtis Foss of Rainy Lake and Andrew Schull of Ranier stand on the submerged dock outside of Tara's Wharf in Ranier on Monday, June 16, 2014, as they tilt a 'tote' up so they can raise it higher above the dock on cinder blocks. They used a hose to fill the totes with about 300 gallons of water to provide the weight to keep the dock from floating away in the ever-rising waters of Rainy Lake. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

Flooding along U.S.-Canadian border prompts National Guard response

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The good news for flood-weary residents along the Minnesota-Ontario border is that the amount of water moving through local rivers dropped a bit Wednesday after having peaked on Tuesday.

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The bad news is that there’s a good chance of more rain from today through the weekend.

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