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Four Wyoming Counties To Receive Federal Disaster Assistance

President Obama announced yesterday that assistance will be made available for Albany, Johnson, Niobrara, and Platte Counties to repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding.

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President Declares Disaster For Wyoming, Federal Funding Now Available

Federal funding is now available for those affected by flooding in Johnson and Niobrara counties.

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Flooding In Lusk, Wyoming. Can It Happen To Your Community? Know The Facts [VIDEO]

After the recent flooding in Wyoming communities like Lusk, Manville and Buffalo. We wanted to talk about other small communities across the country who could suffer the same issues and how to deal with some of the weather information and be prepared.

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Focus Shifts to Finding Missing After Colorado Floods

As water recedes and flows east onto the Colorado plains rescuers are shifting their focus from emergency airlifts to trying to find the hundreds of people still unaccounted for after last week's devastating flooding.

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NC Emergency Manager Recalls Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort [AUDIO]

Natrona County's Emergency Manager was one of thousands who responded in support of relief efforts on the east coast after Hurricane Sandy. Lt. Stu Anderson, acting on behalf of Federal Emergency Management Community Relations, says he was actually in place prior to the hurricane making land fall

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Sandy Victims Furious at FEMA – Agency Won’t Rebuild Vacation Homes [POLL]

Should FEMA rebuild vacation homes?

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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Emergency Alert System Tests Nationwide [AUDIO]

There's going to be a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System this week on Wednesday at noon.

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The Laramie River near Garfield (photo by Kari Eakins)
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Flood Relief Money Coming to Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Federal Emergency Management Agency will start sending checks to Wyoming this week to help pay for costs associated with this year's flooding.

Charles Dugger of FEMA says the agency is nearly finished with reviewing applications from local and state governments for help from the agency

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U.S. Army Photo, Lt. Col. Sam House
U.S. Army Photo, Lt. Col. Sam House
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FEMA Deadline Approaching

The recent FEMA declaration for 2011 severe storms, flooding, and landslides in Wyoming mean state agencies and private nonprofits may be eligible for funds, but the deadline to apply is rapidly approaching

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