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March 24, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Weather Service (NWS) reports another powerful storm in a long series of storms is pounding coastal areas of the Pacific Northwest today. Residents of Oregon and...
March 23, 1999
BOSTON, Mass. -- FEMA Region I will host a Project Impact Regional "Mentoring Congress" and the Spring National Flood Insurance Program and State Hazard Mitigation Officer meeting in Stowe, Vermont...
Region I
March 23, 1999
San Francisco, Calif. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will host a two-day Y2K planning workshop tomorrow and Thursday, March 24 and 25, in San Francisco. Workshop participants...
Region IX
March 23, 1999
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Emergency management and emergency services officials from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington met here today with federal representatives to discuss the potential consequences...
March 22, 1999
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Killer tornadoes roared through Birmingham and 53 counties in six southeastern states this time last year, leaving a grim wake of twisted destruction, more than 100 dead, hundreds...
Region IV
March 22, 1999
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Killer tornadoes roared through portions of North Carolina and more than 50 southeastern counties in six states this time last year, leaving a grim wake of twisted destruction, more...
Region IV
March 19, 1999
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Ventura County has been added to the Presidential disaster declaration arising from December's severe freeze, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the...
California
March 19, 1999
(L-R) Deputy Director Daniel Warren, III, CFC Coordinator, Elizabeth Rosario and Regional Director Jeff Bean receive the Chair's Cup for Outstanding Achievement Despite Difficult Conditions...
Region I
March 19, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- State and local officials in North Dakota are preparing for renewed flooding this spring that could rival flood levels of 1996. Officials are responding to National Weather...
March 19, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Residents of tornado-prone areas can get information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) about how to build a "safe room" in their homes that can provide...

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