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February 1, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- County and city officials and other eligible applicants in 61 counties who are managing recovery efforts due to the December ice storms have until February 9 to file a request for...
Arkansas
February 1, 2001
Tillamook, OR -- Drivers passing the old Tillamook Inn site off of Highway 101 are welcomed with a new message atop a towering billboard: "FLOODS HAPPEN! Protect yourself and your community (get...
Region X
February 1, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- Elderly and disabled homeowners still need help cleaning up after the December ice storms. Several service groups have been assisting these individuals, clearing and moving debris...
Arkansas
January 31, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- Tornadoes, thunderstorms, floods, wildfires, snow and ice storms occur whether we are prepared for them or not. We may not be able to control Mother Nature, but we may be able to...
Arkansas
January 31, 2001
Little Rock, AR -- The first 72 hours after a disaster are critical. Electricity, gas, water and telephones may not be working. In addition, public safety services such as police and fire departments...
Arkansas
January 31, 2001
Texarkana, TX -- Disaster Recovery Centers will open in Titus and Fannin counties to provide information about help available to residents and businesses with damage or losses resulting from...
Texas
January 31, 2001
Kansas City, MO -- Robert G. Bissell has been designated the Acting Deputy Regional Director for the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Region VII in Kansas City, Mo. Region VII covers the...
Region VII
January 31, 2001
Denton, TX -- The city of Denton has been selected to participate in a FEMA program to improve the community's emergency response procedures. Fire, law enforcement, and medical service responders...
Region VI
January 30, 2001
Oklahoma City, OK -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and the Oklahoma Department of Civil Emergency Management (ODCEM) use various systems to identify people who try to take advantage...
Oklahoma
January 30, 2001
Kansas City, MO -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has announced that over $444,000 in federal funds have been made available to help construct safe rooms in the Wichita, Kan....
Region VII

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