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August 25, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. The National Weather Service (NWS) reports the remnants of Hurricane Bret crossed the west Texas border into Mexico yesterday, but up to three inches of rain could fall today from...
Texas
August 25, 1999
OMAHA, Neb. -- Within hours after President Clinton declared a major disaster for three Nebraska counties hit by severe storms and flooding earlier this month residents in Burt, Douglas and...
Nebraska
August 25, 1999
BISMARCK, N.D. -- North Dakota residents who were affected by severe storms, tornadoes, snow and ice, flooding, ground saturation, landslides, and mudslides from March 1 to July 19 have only a short...
North Dakota
August 24, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that the remnants of Hurricane Bret continue bringing heavy rain to parts of south Texas. What is left from Bret is centered over northern...
Texas
August 24, 1999
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Crisis Counseling Program on the Pine Ridge Reservation has been successful due to the combined efforts of federal, state, tribal and volunteer agencies working together for...
South Dakota
August 24, 1999
BOSTON, Mass. -- The Town of Westport, Connecticut has joined a nationwide effort to become a disaster-resistant community. This effort shifts the focus of emergency management from responding to...
Region I
August 24, 1999
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- Individual taxpayers who sustained losses as a result of the recent tornado, hail, and severe thunderstorms in Salt Lake County may be able to get tax relief from the Internal...
Utah
August 23, 1999
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- For Iowans who wish to have face-to-face meetings with Recovery Specialists to ask about available assistance on flood damages, the time for visiting the Council Bluffs Recovery...
Iowa
August 23, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Hurricane Center (NHC) reports Hurricane Bret moved on shore yesterday over a sparsely populated stretch of the Texas coast. Bringing maximum sustained winds up to...
Texas
August 23, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Federal funds have been made available by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help Texas battle the uncontrolled Reese Creek fire located in Bell County. FEMA...
Texas

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