Flood Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. West Virginia resort turns shelter for flood refugees - California...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Fox News

    ... built for Congress in case of nuclear attack during the Cold War. But on Tuesday, 300 of the neediest victims from the flood-ravaged area occupied the rooms, and the hotel was closed for business while it fed and sheltered the disaster refugees. ...

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  2. New maps could compel flood insurance in Eastern N.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Topsail Advertiser

    New data will expand the federally designated Eastern N.C. floodplain, requiring flood insurance for homeowners and new restrictions for construction throughout the region. Any structure in a designated floodplain and backed by a federal loan, such as an FHA or VA loan, must have flood insurance, according to information from Onslow County.

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  3. Highway flood-repair programme well under way in NorthumberlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Berwick Advertiser

    ... ailable on the county council website, along with an interactive map, from tomorrow - . It will be updated regularly as work progresses.

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  4. Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik directs administration to be ready to tackle floodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | India.com

    ... to be fully prepared to tackle floods. "The IMD has predicted surplus rainfall. Therefore, probability of flood this year appears to be very high. Keeping this in view, we have to remain in full preparedness to encounter flood situation," he told a ...

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  5. Flood-ravaged roads plague KenoraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Chronicle-Journal

    ... He didn't know how many homes were impacted. Canfield said it cost about $1 million to make road repairs after the big flood of 1999, which dropped even more rain on the Kenora area over a shorter period of time. "We have a good relationship," ...

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  6. Torrential rain wreaks havoc in central, eastern China but Yangtze flood risks diminishRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | South China Morning Post

    China's flood control efforts have entered a "critical" stage as torrential rains continue to wreak havoc in central and eastern China due to a strong El Nino, although the risk of a devastating flood on the country's longest waterway appears to be diminishing, according to senior water and meteorological officials. Liu Ning, vice-minister of water resources, told a press conference in Beijing on Wednesday morning that China still faces a daunting task to prevent flood risks on its major rivers and lakes - including the Yangtze, Huai, Song and Liao rivers and Taihu lake - as the country enters its major "flood season".

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  7. Monmouth County Unveils High Water Mark SignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Brookale Public Radio

    Nearly four years after the devastating flood waters of Superstorm Sandy swept over coastal towns across the county, the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Sheriff Shaun Golden Monday commemorated the high water mark with a sign at the county's Belford Ferry Terminal. As many as 100 High Water Mark signs will be installed in prominent locations within participating municipalities.

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  8. Southern Africa: SADC Responds to Water, Energy ChallengesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | AllAfrica.com

    ... The programmes include use of smart water meters, rainwater harvesting, and use of sprinklers as opposed to flood irrigation. For example, the use of harvested rainwater for domestic and industrial purposes would reduce water and energy consumption ...

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  9. Post your commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bangkok Post

    ... might have with the hotel room. At Tentacles in Narathiwat Ratchanakharin 22, there's a proper staircase (in case of a flood) to its exhibition space on the upper floor (a few months ago, there was just a shaky ladder). The exhibition title ...

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  10. Blazeaid brings hope back to flood farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Advocate

    ... the organisation had two regional volunteer bases, one at Port Sorell and one at Ulverstone, to assist with rural flood recovery. They plan to have another open at Mole Creek on July 15 and a fourth set up at Hamilton after that, with a date to be ...

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  11. Marietta gives to help W.Va. flood zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Marietta Times

    ... and what recovering is like. Pritchett mentioned that their business had personally suffered damage in a previous flood. "Being from an area that has flooded, I understand the devastation," she said. "But it was just my business; I got to go home at ...

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  12. Tasmanian dairy money, mud and messRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ABC News

    ... international market for their dairy products. DairyTas has also been working with industry bodies to survey all flood affected farms, with over 100 surveyed to date. The not-for-profit organisation, Rural Business Tasmania has distributed over ...

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  13. Alert Iowa warnings for residents - Sign up continuesRead the original story

    Tuesday | Tama News-Herald

    ... of weather alerts. The system was activated in Tama county last week when the National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the county. Counties in red are part of the Alert Iowa group. As of last week, only 10 Iowa counties were not a ...

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  14. Tony Hookham outside his Walmgate shop during the floodsRead the original story

    Tuesday | York Press

    ... that I wouldn't have to endure the misery of flooding again. As a result, I made the decision to move above the flood line - I can't risk facing something like this ever again, it has been a terrible ordeal." He was particularly concerned at what he ...

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  15. MA's ignored practice field gets a faceliftRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Times

    While a few youngsters get a gridiron workout in Marquette Academy's Gould Stadium, the sprinklers work overtime watering the recently-planted grass at the football program's adjacent practice field. Flood damage has left the practice field dry and grassless, but this Go Club project should improve that status by the start of the new season in August.

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  16. A 40-year-old questionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ParsonsSun.com

    If you will remember back to 1976 we had a terrible flood in our Queen City of Parsons.

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  17. Rising waters bring out the best in peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Brunswick News

    ... West Virginia. That was never truer than this past week, as I watched what meteorologists described as a "1,000-year flood," unfold in the narrow valleys of the state's southern and eastern regions. Towns, with unfamiliar names such as Richwood, ...

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  18. Ap Photos: In Paraguay, drought-stricken caimans agonizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... by land by driving on an unpaved road. The waters from the Pilcomayo river stopped reaching this area after a massive flood earlier this year changed its course to Argentine territories. The entry point of the river into Paraguay remains blocked ...

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  19. Ministry approves hotel construction near over-polluted Istanbul creekRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    ... smell, causing great apprehension from those living in the neighborhoods bordering the creek. The creek also poses a flood risk to nearby buildings during heavy rains. Tests conducted last year by the KadA kA y Municipality determined that four out ...

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  20. Fishing guide says 2013 has impacted Bow River, depleted trout populationsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Lethbridge Herald

    ... blames the impact of the 2013 flooding of the Bow River for the temperature change and he's not alone. Since the flood, the river is wider and shallower than before and the change has left the river susceptible to drastic increases in temperature. ...

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