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The Salvation Army Disaster Services rig, Unit 314, paused by this view of the swollen Red River--in a residential neighborhood of Moorhead. Note the stop sign, in the middle of a pond. Louis Hoglund, publisher-editor of the Perham Enterprise Bulletin, worked with a Salvation Army volunteer crew--feeding flood-fighters in Moorhead.

COLUMN: Salvation Army rocks!

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During the flood battle of 2009, an email was circulating around cyberspace. It was from a teenager who volunteered with a sandbag brigade in the Red River Valley.

Wet, cold, hungry and thirsty, the tired teen was served by one of The Salvation Army's disaster services mobile food canteens, which for the past two weeks, have been rolling through the flood-fighting front lines in Fargo-Moorhead.

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