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January 20, 2000
Washington, D.C. - Two environmental groups, two corporations and the director of the National Hurricane Center are among the nine recipients of the first Outstanding Public Service Award presented...
January 20, 2000
RALEIGH, N.C. -- North Carolinians who have recently experienced the economic and personal disruptions of Hurricane Floyd and the 1999 floods may ease their anxiety about the next natural calamity by...
North Carolina
January 20, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- The State of Oregon entered year 2000 as one of only eight states nation-wide offering border-to-border E 9-1-1 coverage. The program was initiated by the 1991 Legislature and...
Region X
January 20, 2000
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Kentucky Division of Emergency Management (KYEM) have announced today the new hours of operation and the closing date of the...
Kentucky
January 20, 2000
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- Governor Paul Patton announced today that seven Kentucky counties have been declared eligible for federal and state disaster funds to repair and replace publicly owned facilities in...
Kentucky
January 20, 2000
Raleigh, NC -- The city of Princeville, in Edgecombe County has been approved for a $2.5 million public assistance grant FEMA and the state of North Carolina. The grant, for damages and losses caused...
January 19, 2000
Denver, CO -- The fifth annual Technology Partnership for Emergency Management Workshop and Exhibition is scheduled for June 11-15, 2000, in Colorado...
January 19, 2000
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- As recovery efforts continue in Western Kentucky counties affected by the Jan. 3 tornado, disaster relief officials are asking the public to limit donations to building materials...
Kentucky
January 19, 2000
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Kentucky Division of Emergency Management (KyEM) will open a Disaster Recovery Center at the Daviess County Courthouse (St. Ann St...
Kentucky
January 19, 2000
OWENSBORO, Ky. -- As victims of western Kentucky's recent tornadoes and high winds continue to clean up and rebuild, many are wondering "what about next time?" Disaster experts are encouraging...
Kentucky

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