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May 25, 2000
St. Clair, MO -- State and federal officials will open a joint federal/state Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) on Wednesday, May 31 at the National Guard Armory, 2740 Highway P in Festus. The armory is...
Missouri
May 25, 2000
Parsons, KS -- People who live or work in Crawford, Labette and Neosho counties and who are unable to work because of the severe storms and tornadoes that hit the area April 19th and 20th, may be...
Kansas
May 25, 2000
Parsons, KS -- The Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Parsons will convert to a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) workshop on Tuesday, May 30th. The center is located in the City Municipal...
Kansas
May 25, 2000
Washington, DC -- James L. Witt, the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and his counterpart in the Korean government will sign an agreement May 26 allowing both countries to...
May 25, 2000
SALEM, Ore. -- This afternoon, U.S. Fire Administration Administrator Carrye B. Brown joins Deschutes County Commissioners Linda Swearingen and Dennis Luke, FEMA Regional Director David L. de Courcy...
Region X
May 25, 2000
St. Clair, MO -- The FEMA toll-free registration line and toll-free Helpline will be closed Monday, May 29. Beginning Tuesday, May 30, the registration and Helpline numbers will be available from 8...
Missouri
May 25, 2000
The Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NWRPC) will host a Project Impact Signing Ceremony in St. Albans, Vermont as a formal commitment to making their...
Region I
May 25, 2000
St. Clair, MO -- National Flood Insurance Program officials will conduct a NFIP seminar in Washington, Mo., on Tuesday, June 6. The purpose of the seminar is to increase insurance producers'...
Missouri
May 25, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program is known for helping flood-prone homeowners move out of harm's way. Today the program made it possible...
Region III
May 24, 2000
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Next week's start of the hurricane season, normally a ritual signal for Tampa Bay and environs to focus on budding tropical storms, will witness a new approach to disaster resistance...
Region IV

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