Three years ago this week, thousands of residents along the Mouse River in North Dakota were fleeing the rising water.
The river went over its banks in Minot on June 22nd and crested in Minot late on June 25th in 2011.
This week, the international board that manages the river system is holding a public meeting in Minot to give an update on its operations, and to answer questions from the public.
The public hearing is Tuesday night at the Grand Hotel in Minot.
The International Souris River Board will convene the meeting at 7:30 tomorrow night and invites anyone with an interest in the river's management to attend.