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Across the country, communities are using innovative approaches to support COVID-19 response efforts.

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Across the country, communities are using innovative approaches to support COVID-19 response efforts.

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Across the country, communities are using innovative approaches to support COVID-19 response efforts.

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Western Montana has a history of large damaging earthquakes, and it remains seismically active.

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Picture this: you work for a grocery store chain and you get a call from one of your suppliers.

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The month of March was a hectic one for much of Region VIII.  A series of severe winter storms created blizzard conditions and heavy snowfall over thousands of square miles, with other areas receiv

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A rare discovery of intact historical archaeological sites in Colorado Springs has offered a glimpse into the life of the man who founded Colorado Springs.  It has also highlighted the importance o

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Residents in a City of North Ogden neighborhood will receive protection from future flash flooding and mudslides, thanks to a mitigation project designed and constructed by the City and funded larg

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FEMA Region VIII’s Continuity Manager recently led continuity training workshops in Pierre, South Dakota and Bismarck North Dakota.  The South Dakota event was centered around a potential active th

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In 2013, severe storms with heavy rains buffeted 200 miles of Colorado’s Front Range, resulting in 17 counties being inundated by floods and landslides.

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Last updated March 6, 2020