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Raging Cumberland: “A major and life threatening flood”

“This is a major and life threatening flood.” — National Weather Service “I’ve requested a federal designation as a state of disaster for emergency funding …” — Mayor Johnny Piper Riversi...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Disaster clean-up creates job opportunities

Disastrous flooding in Tennessee has created the need for hundreds of workers  to repair homes, businesses and roads across the area. Contract Labor Solutions is seeking 2500 men and women to begin work immediately  on flood ...
by News Staff
 

 

 
 

Red River, McClure and Cunningham bridges open

The Red River Bridge, which spans the Red River at College Street and Wilma Rudolph, is open and ready for traffic, according to Ted Denny, information officer with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department. The McClure ...
by David W. Shelton
 

 
 
 

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to close in Montgomery County

The Disaster Recovery Center (FEMA), located at the Montgomery County Civic Hall will be closing on Saturday, June 12. SBA will be moving over to the training room, next to the Trustee’s Office in Veterans Plaza for another w...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Clean-up underway on Riverside Drive

Devastation is the only word to describe the scene on Riverside Drive in the aftermath of catastrophic flooding on the Cumberland River. Heartbreak coupled with determination is the only way to describe the attitude of dozens o...
by News Staff
 

 

 
 

Nine days later, many Woodstock homes remain cut off by floodwater

As the Cumberland River recedes, most sections in the greater Clarksville area are well into the recovery phase. Many homes in Woodstock Estates in north Clarksville, though not on the river, have been hard hit by accumulating ...
by News Staff
 

 
 
 

Mayor Piper confirms federal disaster area status

Business Clarksville has confirmed that Montgomery County has been declared a federal disaster area. Mayor Johnny Piper informed BC of that decision shortly after 4 p.m. today. The declaration opens the door for FEMA assistance...
by News Staff
 

 


 
 


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