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Summer Camp: Red Cross Chili and Babies Don't Always Mix in Disaster Relief

In August of 2005, I had just wrapped up my very first summer in a director role at a residential summer camp.  Shortly after the conclusion of camp, as I celebrated the end of the summer, Hurricane Katrina ravaged part of the southern United States. 1,014 more words


8/19/18: I'm at a three

At my team meeting today my TL (team leader)   did a pulse check: “One to five, how are you doing as people?” and I held up a three. 237 more words


Iowa governor seeking disaster declaration to provide funds for tornado recovery

DES MOINES, Iowa (WHOtv)— Governor Kim Reynolds is asking President Trump to declare parts of four Iowa counties federal disaster areas following an outbreak of tornadoes on July 19. 94 more words


Heads Up: Government Wireless Alerts Don't Warn About Severe T-Storms

By Chris Spears

DENVER (CBS4) – If you don’t have the free CBS Denver Weather app on your phone, you’ll want to download it after reading this story. 518 more words


Whidbey Has Faults

Every place has faults, but for places along the Pacific Rim of Fire, there are faults and there are faults. Whidbey Island isn’t perfect, it has its flaws; but some of the faults that are natural are geological. 633 more words

Expanding Hazard Mitigation Plans to Truly Address All Hazards

Planning efforts and documents are incredibly central to everything we do in preparedness.  When we look at the spectrum preparedness elements of Planning, Organizing, Equipping, Training, and Exercises… 618 more words

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ED tightens noose around Yasin Malik in 2001 FEMA case

Srinagar, Aug 14: The Enforcement Directorate has issued notices to Kashmir separatist and JKLF chairman, Yasin Malik directing him to be present for questioning on September 5 or 6.

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Vicky Nanjappa