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July 26, 2002
Denver, CO -- Colorado received a federal disaster declaration June 19 because of wildfires burning throughout the state. The declaration covers 56 counties and two...
Colorado
July 25, 2002
Denver, CO -- Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Colorado Office of Emergency Management (OEM) advise Colorado residents who have fire-related damage to be careful...
Colorado
July 25, 2002
Denver, CO -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded the state of Colorado $125,164 to provide crisis counseling for people affected by the wildfires that have burned in the state...
Colorado
July 24, 2002
Denver, CO -- The deadline for eligible residents of counties affected by the Colorado wildfires to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance has been extended to Aug. 23, 2002,...
Colorado
July 23, 2002
Denver, CO -- Residents who sustained losses or damage as a result of the recent wildfires have through July to visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)/State Disaster...
Colorado
July 19, 2002
Denver, CO --Disaster Recovery Update Colorado received a federal disaster declaration June 19 because of wildfires burning throughout the state. The declaration covers 56 counties and...
Colorado
July 18, 2002
Denver, CO --Colorado residents who suffered losses as a result of the wildfires but still have serious unmet needs may find help through a host of voluntary groups coordinated by Long-Term Recovery...
Colorado
July 18, 2002
Denver, CO -- The Big Elk fire, which started Wednesday in Larimer County, is the latest to qualify for fire suppression assistance from the Federal Emergency Management...
Colorado
July 16, 2002
Denver, CO --Local officials are providing a location for a Disaster Recovery team with representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Small Business Administration...
Colorado
July 15, 2002
Denver, CO -- Colorado received a federal disaster declaration June 19 because of wildfires burning throughout the state. The declaration covers 56 counties and two...
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