Norfolk Daily News: Battle Creek community members came out in force Thursday night to voice their opinions about flood protection proposals. More than 100 citizens and rural residents — including Mayor Barry Ponton and at least three city council members — crowded into the meeting room at the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District in Norfolk….
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