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September 28, 2007
As the flood waters rose in Wyandot County only 26 of the 550 victims-to-be were properly prepared, according to what applicants told state and federal disaster assistance officials. "From our...
Ohio
September 28, 2007
As the flood waters rose in Hancock County only 334 of the 2,519 victims-to-be were properly prepared, according to what applicants told state and federal disaster assistance officials. "From our...
Ohio
September 28, 2007
As the flood waters rose in Hardin County, none of the 113 victims-to-be were properly prepared, according to what applicants told state and federal disaster assistance officials. "From our...
Ohio
September 28, 2007
FINDLAY, Ohio -- Grants and loans to help fund recovery efforts after the Aug. 20-28 storms and floods in northwest Ohio now total more than $25 million, state and federal emergency officials...
Ohio
September 28, 2007
As the flood waters rose in Putnam County only 101 of the 847 victims-to-be were properly prepared, according to what applicants told state and federal disaster assistance officials. "From our...
Ohio
September 28, 2007
As the flood waters rose in Seneca County only three of the 111 victims-to-be were properly prepared, according to what applicants told state and federal disaster assistance officials. "From our...
Ohio
September 26, 2007
FINDLAY, Ohio -- The deadline to register for disaster assistance is just one month away. Ohioans affected by the August storms and flooding in Allen, Crawford, Hancock, Hardin, Putnam, Richland,...
Ohio
September 25, 2007
FINDLAY, Ohio -- The Bucyrus Disaster Recovery Center will shift its main focus at close of business this Friday, Sept. 28, and become a Disaster Loan Outreach Center. That means representatives...
Ohio
September 25, 2007
FINDLAY, Ohio -- When it comes to Findlay's downtown business community, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is going the extra mile - literally. SBA customer services representatives are...
Ohio
September 25, 2007
FINDLAY, Ohio -- When FEMA community relations specialists discovered there were un-served Japanese workers in Ohio they went into overdrive. As part of their outreach to churches in the disaster...
Ohio

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