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Army Corps of Engineers Announce Temporary Closures At Tuttle Creek

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Tuttle Creek Lake today announced the closing of the swim beach and boat ramp at Tuttle Creek Cove Park due to flooding. All non-utility sites are closed, however, several utility sites remain available for tent camping. Other closures include the campground and boat ramps at Stockdale. All closed boat ramps, ...

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National Weather Services Updates Flooding & Weather Possabilities

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The National Weather Service in Topeka on Saturday issued a situation report on the ongoing flooding occurring across our listening area. Below are slides of information that we received from the National Weather Service.

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Update On Area River Flooding; Forecasted Crests

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Heavy rains overnight across the area increased the threat of flooding of area rivers. The Big Blue River near Blue Rapids is under a Flood Warning. Flood stage is 26 feet, and the river was at 30 feet Thursday night. The river should rise to 41.4 feet by Saturday, and fall below flood stage by Monday afternoon. The Big Blue ...

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KDOT Adds Flood Information Page to Website

A new regional Missouri River flood information page has been added to the KDOT website. The site can be accessed directly at www.ksdot.org/flood.asp or from KDOT’s home page, www.ksdot.org, KanDrive, www.kandrive.org, or directly from the 511 Map at http://511.ksdot.org. With roads closed due to flooding in Kansas as well as Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa, the site provides information for all ...

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K 187 Closed Due to Flooding

The Kansas Department of Transportation announced K-187 is now closed over Weyer Creek about 2.8 miles north of Centralia due to water on the roadway.

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Marshall County approved for federal aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced that federal aid has been made available for Kansas to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the area struck by severe storms, flooding and tornadoes June 7th to July 21st.  The President’s actions make federal funding available to state and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis.  ...

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Storm clean-up continues

Storm clean-up continues throughout the area.  In Marshall County an estimated 8000 people were without power for a period of time.  Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann reported that damage estimates are running between 4.5 and 5 million dollars.  Winds measured in excess of 80 mph hit along a 30 mile wide swath that fell between the southern border of Marshall ...

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