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January 22, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- When federal and state disaster assistance comes to an end, there will still be many people affected by the early December storms who will continue to be in need of assistance.?...
Oregon
January 17, 2008
SALEM, Ore., -- February 7, 2008 is the final day for individuals with damage resulting from the severe storms, wind, mudslides, landslides and flooding of December 1-17, 2007 to register for...
Oregon
January 16, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announce the closing of the Astoria Disaster Recovery Center at 5 p.m. Saturday, January 19,...
Oregon
January 16, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that damages to infrastructure and buildings on the lands of the Confederated...
Oregon
January 15, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Many people think if they do not live near a river or the coast, there is no danger of flooding.??This is simply not true. In recent years rainfall from severe winter storms has...
Oregon
January 14, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- The severe storms, wind, mudslides, landslides and flooding that swept through Oregon Dec. 1-17, 2007, left a path of destruction. Oregonians will long remember the swirling...
Oregon
January 14, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Certain private nonprofit agencies providing essential governmental services affected by the December 1-17, 2007 severe storms, wind, mudslides, landslides and flooding may be...
Oregon
January 11, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- More than $7.6 million in disaster assistance has been approved for Oregonians, according to officials with Oregon Emergency Management (OEM), the Federal Emergency Management...
Oregon
January 11, 2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Oregonians should continue to be vigilant and prepared for more flooding, landslides and mudslides urge officials with the Governor's Recovery Cabinet, Oregon Emergency Management...
Oregon
January 10, 2008
Salem, Ore. -- When Oregon residents and business owners in disaster-affected areas left their battered or destroyed homes and businesses, mail to those addresses became undeliverable. ?The...
Oregon

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