Now that spring is here, a local golf course is ready to get back to business as usual.
Dakota Dunes Country Club is surrounded by construction equipment, but this time, dirt and rocks are moving out.
Crews are working to remove the temporary levee along the Missouri River, finally bringing back the familiar view.
"It's just very exciting for the Dunes to see the levee come down, they'll put permanent ones in place that will protect the residents and also our course, and we're going to build the last two holes into the levee, so it's just really exciting for us to get the course back to what it was so we can continue on after the flood," said Jessica Weber with the Dakota Dunes Country Club.
The project is expected to take most of the summer, with some work on the 17th and 18th holes waiting until next year.