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October 29, 1998
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- A Disaster Recovery Center is scheduled to open in Gonzales on Mon. Nov. 2, to serve the victims of the severe storms, flooding and tornadoes that began Oct. 17, according to...
Texas
October 28, 1998
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- More than 100 people a day are stepping into hot showers, thanks to the installation of two portable units set up in Cuero for individuals displaced by the recent severe storms...
Texas
October 28, 1998
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Help is just a phone call away for people affected by the severe storms, flooding and tornadoes that began Oct.17. And Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Texas State...
Texas
October 28, 1998
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- State and federal officials are offering helpful hints to anyone who plans to file a claim for reimbursement on insured losses or damaged property, or who may be considering...
Texas
October 27, 1998
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In the first week that the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County have been eligible for state and federal disaster aid, more than $225,000 in disaster housing assistance has...
Missouri
October 27, 1998
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The focus of operations in Texas is shifting from response to recovery as the Colorado and Guadalupe rivers return to normal levels. National Weather Service (NWS) reports...
Texas
October 27, 1998
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In response to Governor Bill Graves' request, three counties were added to President Clinton's disaster declaration of October 14. Assistance available in three counties was...
Kansas
October 26, 1998
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- The upper reaches of the flooded rivers in Texas have crested and are slowly receding. However, many areas downstream remain flooded. In Wharton, the Colorado River has...
Texas
October 24, 1998
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A Disaster Recovery Center (DRC), which can provide needed disaster-related information to those affected by the severe July storms and flooding, is scheduled to open Monday,...
Missouri
October 23, 1998
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In the first week since President Clinton declared parts of Missouri and Kansas major disaster areas, nearly $450,000 in disaster assistance has gone out to eligible disaster...
Kansas

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