MINTO, N.D. (AP) _ High water levels continue to thwart efforts to find the body of a Minto farmer who is believed to have drowned in floodwaters late last month.
55-year-old Guy Miller was driving a pickup truck that was swept off a gravel road about three miles west of the northeastern North Dakota town on April 29. He was last seen by a friend as he stood on the pickup's running board calling for help.
The vehicle remains partially submerged in a coulee that flows into the Forest River.
Walsh County Sheriff Lauren Wild says authorities check daily for signs of Miller, using unmanned aircraft, all-terrain vehicles, dive teams and search dogs.