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July 28, 1999
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- A telephone hotline - (800) 310-7032 - for freeze disaster victims seeking free legal assistance will close this Friday, July 30, according to the Federal Emergency...
California
July 28, 1999
For More Information: Tour Schedule Bus Tour Times Signing Ceremony Agenda Comments by James L. Witt CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A community...
Region IV
July 28, 1999
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Public health officials urge residents of Iowa counties affected by the recent severe storms and flooding, who rely on private wells to have their water system inspected and...
Iowa
July 28, 1999
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- To further help individuals and businesses affected by recent storms and flooding, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the State of Iowa will open three Disaster...
Iowa
July 27, 1999
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Residents of Black Hawk, Butler, and Jones counties who applied for disaster assistance following the tornadoes, storms and floods in May must re-apply if they sustained damage...
Iowa
July 27, 1999
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Today, Bremer, Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Floyd, and Worth counties were added to President Clinton's July 22 disaster declaration for Iowa. This brings the number of Iowa counties...
Iowa
July 27, 1999
BISMARCK, N.D. -- More than three quarters of North Dakota's counties have experienced some form of a natural disaster this year. In fact, the state has experienced a pattern of abnormally wet...
North Dakota
July 27, 1999
Vancouver, Wash. -- The Washington State Year 2000 Office will today release their latest Year 2000 Readiness Report at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 4 waterfront area, during a joint activity...
Region X
July 27, 1999
Amid blue skies and soaring temperatures, the Partners of Walla Walla County's Project Impact Initiative met to celebrate the efforts of making the County more disaster resistant. The celebration...
Region X
July 26, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Flooding continues to plague Iowa residents in Buchanan County along low-lying areas as rivers there rise above flood stage. The American Red Cross continues to operate one...
Iowa

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