I’ve spent the week working remotely from Missoula, MT, where flooding—although not nearly as bad as other places—has threatened the homes of residents who live alongside the normally tame and relatively shallow Clark Fork River. Today, Sean Minahan highlights a much more dire situation, where the Army Corps of Engineers is rumored to be considering purposefully breaching a dike to prevent catastrophic flooding in metropolitan Omaha, NE and instead flooding thousands of acres of farmland to the north of the city. Total posts on The LexBlog Network today: 160.