Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced Tuesday that residents affected by flooding or severe storms in Lewis County as well as Callaway, Jefferson, McDonald, Newton, and Saline are eligible to apply
Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced Tuesday that residents affected by flooding or severe storms in Lewis County as well as Callaway, Jefferson, McDonald, Newton, and Saline are eligible to apply for federal assistance.
If you don’t live along the Mississippi River, it might be out of sight out of mind when it comes to the damage left behind from this year’s historic flooding.
Adams County Emergency Management officials have met with FEMA and IEMA about reimbursement funds for flood damage. The county and the emergency associations assessed damage
Governor JB Pritzker announced Friday that he had extended his previous state disaster proclamations with a new disaster proclamation for the 36 most-affected counties as flooding continues to threaten river communities throughout the state.
Wakonda State Park in Lewis County, Missouri, is still closed as of Tuesday but could open back up soon.
Missouri farmers met with state officials Tuesday to discuss the impact flooding has had on agriculture. They also talked about how the state can help in the recovery process.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) announced Tuesday that several Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open Thursday in Hancock County to make it easier for people affected by spring flooding to access disaster-related relief.
Riverview Park in Fort Madison is back open just in time for the 4th of July, after being flooded for weeks. Fort Madison City Manager
Some trails and parks in Hannibal remain a mess from flooding.
Things are finally getting back to normal for one business in Alexandria, Missouri. After being closed for more than a month due to flooding, employees
Flood cleanup continues for businesses in Alexandria, Missouri. The process to get back to normal is still a long way from finished. Employees at US
While flood water is receding in Hannibal, the riverfront project remains at a standstill. Trucks full of debris and mud spent the day at Hannibal’s
A popular business in Hannibal for you and your kids is back open and they’re banking on a big Fourth of July week.
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