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Food and cash assistance offered to low income flood victims

Programs target disaster counties NASHVILLE, TN: The Tennessee Department of Human Services is working quickly to address some of the basic immediate needs of the low-income families and individuals affected by the devastating ...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Flood Recovery Expo: “One stop shop” for flood relief

The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce Flood Recovery Expo took place today at Austin Peay State University’s Red Barn. The Expo, which opened at 10 a.m., brought together agencies and organizations applicable to flood ...
by Samantha J. Kanatzar
 

 

 
 

Lylewood Inn: An island isolated amid flooded roads

Lylewood Inn Bed and Breakfast straddles the Montgomery and Stewart County line. Fronted by the Cumberland River and Wildcat Creek, the inn sits high above Camp Lylewood Road looking out over gently rolling hills towards Sailor...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Eleven days and counting: Woodstock still battling floodwater

Although much off the flooding in Clarksville has receded, residents of Woodstock Estates on the Tennessee/Kentucky border remain waterlogged and inaccessible eleven days after a foot of rain fell on the region. A number of res...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Houston County contends with flood impact

Houston County continues to untangle itself from the aftermath of the Cumberland River Flood. In a significant development, FEMA has declared Houston County a major disaster area, making the county eligible for both public and ...
by News Staff
 

 

 
 

“Dam it with Music” to benefit Red Cross flood relief

Last Monday Debbie Fields was talking on the phone with her good friend Anna Henderson, who just happens to be a member of the local band Black Velvet. They were both upset about the recent disaster and affect the flooding was ...
by Samantha J. Kanatzar
 

 
 
 

Dover and Stewart County continue flood recovery

Thirty miles west of Clarksville, the effects of the flooding of the Cumberland River are still being manifested as volunteers and public assistance work together to restore normalcy to Dover and Stewart County. Mother Nature h...
by News Staff
 

 




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