Thank you for reading St. Croix 360 this year. It’s been another big year full of stories about the river and its watershed. Readers keep this site going in so many ways and we’re grateful for all your interest and support!
We’re proud to share that this year, St. Croix 360 was read by significantly more people than ever.
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Without further ado, here are the site’s most popular stories from the last year. The threat of record flooding last spring was responsible for three, but it was the river’s wildlife that nabbed the top two slots. The rest cover a broad number of topics from conservation to public safety.
Favorable weather conditions have decreased the chance of destructive flooding, and officials remain cautiously optimistic while preparations are completed.
Workers and volunteers are building dikes in expectation of significant spring flooding.
Boaters on the Indianhead Flowage are urged to be careful after buoys washed away during high water.
The huge train engine rumbled across the Hudson Swing Bridge as it tours the country for the first time in more than 50 years.
Village officials announced the road to the landing will remain closed until a solution is found for dangerous activities and noise.
Extension of the walkway south of Lowell Park will prevent erosion and offer opportunities to enjoy river views.
Weather Service says the potential for record-setting floods has increased significantly since last week.
Allen S. King Plant near Bayport will be retired as utility company moves toward renewable, carbon-free energy sources.
Boaters witness America’s national bird wrestling a big, toothy fish to shore near Afton.
Minnesota angler breaks state record for the once-endangered fish, and then releases it back into the river.
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