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Williston ND is on the Missouri River, downstream of the confluence with the Yellowstone River, and one of the places where they measure the river height and forecast flooding. The Missouri flows from there to Pierre South Dakota and over to the border of Iowa.

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They had a weatherman in Denver who was not only dead but also in a wheelchair? I guess they didn't have to pay him very much since he was dead and all.

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Judgement is recorded with the county. If the person went to sell any real estate, they would have to clear the judgement at that time. In some states you could go back to the judge and force a garnishment on the person's wages.
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