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The Eastern Sports and Outdoors Show's loss, because of its postponement, is a big gain for the re-start of the Lehigh Valley Sportsman Show (http//.lehighvalleysportsmanshow.com) that will take place March 2-3 at the Agri-Plex at the Allentown...
The News-Review reports Harbor Springs is lowering its docks to contend with ultra-low Lake Michigan water levels. The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council asks "How low can we go?" in its quarterly Current Reflections. For some of us we can still picture...
Homeowners in Rocky Ripple are breathing a sigh of relief after the city said no to plans for a flood wall. Those city officials sent a letter to the U.S. Army Corp to Engineers in opposition to the Indy North Flood Wall and Levee Project. It was...
Tags: U.S. Army, Government, Public Officials, Politics
“We need a federal levee system, and if we don't get [it] Braithwaite won't exist anymore.” So the words came from local rescue hero1 Jesse Shaffer who is credited with saving 120 lives during Isaac. If there is a bigger example of an...
Tags: Mark Twain
It's still way too warm out to be considered fall fishing, but the rain being dropped on the area and into local streams, rivers, ponds and lakes is a welcome sign for anglers who are dreaming of fall lunker fishing. When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
Tags: Cabela's Inc., Wildlife, Allentown, Physiology, Jim Thorpe
Louisiana and Mississippi officials conducted search-and-rescue missions Wednesday for residents stranded by Tropical Storm Isaac, which flooded highways and homes and pushed water over the top of a vital levee. While Isaac lost its hurricane status...
Authorities warned people in a handful of towns outside of New Orleans to get out early Thursday ahead of rising water brought on by hurricane-turned-tropical storm Isaac, which dumped more than 20 inches of rain in some areas. Officials are also...
Isaac slashed its way further inland Thursday, claiming its first fatality and stranding residents in flood-prone areas even as it threatened to wreak more havoc in the days to come. Mississippi and Louisiana announced mandatory evacuations for all low-...
Lehigh River enthusiasts have reason to celebrate. The U.S. Army Corps Engineers Philadelphia District announced today that there will be an additional whitewater release from Francis E. Walter Dam in White Haven, Luzerne County on Aug. 25 as well as...
No matter what the weather is this coming Sunday, it's National Get Outdoors Day, and Blue Marsh Lake is hosting its first America's Get Outdoors Day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with at least 45 confirmed exhibitors at the Dry Brook Day Use Area next to the...
Homeowners living on the north side of Indianapolis, along with some city officials, are concerned about a request for an exemption from a zoning ordianance that is meant to protect businesses from flooding. They believe city approval of the proposed...
Tags: Floods, Government, FEMA, Public Officials, Politics
Imagine getting up at the crack of dawn on a chilly winter morning and heading outside before the sun rises to listen for owls. Then, imagine counting almost 1,400 geese, 326 American crows, 22 mallards and almost 4,000 birds within a 15-mile radius that...
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