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May 21, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Tennessee's storm disaster victims were told Wednesday that applying for federal and state assistance would not affect their private homeowner insurance policies. "We need...
Tennessee
May 21, 2003
Nashville, TN -- A mobile disaster recovery center will be set up in the towns of Milan and Denmark on Friday and Saturday (May 23, 24) to allow residents who suffered losses in the severe storms...
Tennessee
May 21, 2003
Nashville, TN -- In the two weeks since President Bush first issued a disaster declaration for Tennessee's storm victims, ninety-two percent of $8.2 million in state and federal disaster assistance...
Tennessee
May 21, 2003
Nashville, TN -- A mobile disaster recovery center will be established in Chattanooga Monday and Tuesday (May 26, 27) to provide help to residents who suffered losses in the severe storms of May...
Tennessee
May 21, 2003
Nashville, TN -- A mobile disaster recovery center will make a series of stops in the towns of Dayton, Benton and Kimball on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (May 23, 24 and 25) to allow residents who...
Tennessee
May 19, 2003
Nashville, TN -- As the federal-state disaster recovery effort continues to reach out to Tennessee's storm survivors with unmet needs, a mobile Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) will locate in Wayne...
Tennessee
May 19, 2003
Nashville, TN -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) added three new counties to the Tennessee disaster declaration Monday and extended Public Assistance to 18 counties to help them repair...
Tennessee
May 18, 2003
Nashville, TN -- As the federal-state disaster recovery effort continues to reach out to storm survivors with unmet needs, three mobile Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) will begin making rounds later...
Tennessee
May 18, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Residents of Tennessee's declared disaster counties whose wells or septic tanks were damaged in the severe storms and flooding of May are eligible to seek federal financial...
Tennessee
May 17, 2003
Nashville, TN -- You can't keep the Volunteer State down for long, not even after record storms. Counties throughout Tennessee are beginning slow and painful recovery from three waves of...
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