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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn its first special voting session Tuesday as a new administration, Hagerstown City Council members are slated to vote on an ordinance that would sell a city property formerly used by the U.S. Army Reserve to Washington County as the potential site of...
email@example.comWashington County on Tuesday took another step toward creating a senior citizens’ center at a former U.S. Army Reserves building in Hagerstown. The county commissioners voted 4-1 in favor of buying 21 Willard St. in Hagerstown, the site of a...
The News-Review reports Harbor Springs is lowering its docks to contend with ultra-low Lake Michigan water levels. The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council asks "How low can we go?" in its quarterly Current Reflections. For some of us we can still picture...
The disappearance of an El Nino weather pattern means drought conditions will likely continue into next spring, a state official said on Nov. 15. South Dakota climatologist Dennis Todey gave his outlook during a national conference call. "The El...
Tags: Droughts, Arable Farming, Natural Disasters
OAKES, N.D. - A drainage ditch project that landowners in Dickey and Sargent counties in North Dakota conceived to move water out of a closed basin is headed to the local water board for pending approval. About 60 people attended a public hearing on...
Lehigh Valley WildThe U.S. Army Corps Engineers Philadelphia District announced earlier today that it does not have enough water storage to hold a whitewater release Sept. 2 from the Francis E. Walter Dam. The Corps will still hold a whitewatr release on Sept. 1. The three...
Lehigh Valley WildTIt’s still way too warm out to be considered fall fishing, but the rain being dropped on the area and into local streams, rivers, ponds and lakes is a welcome sign for anglers who are dreaming of fall lunker fishing. When the U.S. Army Corps of...
BRANSON, Mo. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting public meetings to get opinions on revising the Table Rock Master Plan. The current Master Plan was developed more than 30 years ago and is a little out of date. According to the Corps, the...
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and the barge industry are imploring the federal government to take steps to keep enough water flowing on the drought-ridden Missouri and Mississippi rivers to avert a potential ''economic disaster.'' Nixon sent...
Homeowners in Rocky Ripple are breathing a sigh of relief after the city said no to plans for a flood wall. Those city officials sent a letter to the U.S. Army Corp to Engineers in opposition to the Indy North Flood Wall and Levee Project. It was...
Tags: Politics, Government, U.S. Army, Public Officials
WDBJ7 ReporterIt's a cold, dark job, but it has to be done. Divers are inspecting the Philpott Dam near Bassett in Henry County. For "Rocky" Craig Rockwell, Operations Project Manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, watching those divers is about like watching...
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