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People watch water being released through the Oahe Dam's Stilling Basin near Fort Pierre, S.D., Saturday May 28, 2011. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials say they have to release more water than previously expected through the Missouri River dams because of expected heavy rains upstream. The corps now plans to maintain releases from Oahe Dam at the current level of 85,000 cubic feet a second until Thursday, June 2, 2011, and then step it up to 150,000 by mid-June - much higher than previously expected.

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