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  • Iowa National Guard head says Greene may want to consider future of dam to help with future flooding September 27, 2016
    GREENE — The head of the Iowa National Guard says the city of Greene may want to think about getting rid of a dam on the Shell Rock River as a way to mitigate future flood damage to the community. Major General Timothy Orr says as they made a fly-over survey of the river on
  • Butler County damage in millions of dollars September 27, 2016
    GREENE — Butler County officials say the damage done inside the county will amount to millions and will likely meet the typical threshold used to determine whether the county is eligible for federal disaster assistance. During a visit by state officials on Monday afternoon, Butler County Emergency Management Director Mitch Nordmeyer said that he was
  • All but six roads now open after flooding in Cerro Gordo County September 27, 2016
    MASON CITY — While the total damage isn’t what it was in Butler or Floyd counties, Cerro Gordo County officials are still dealing with the aftermath of last week’s storms. County Engineer Mary Kelly says after having over 50 roads closed at one point last week, that list of roads is now down into the
  • Cedar River crests in Cedar Rapids, a foot lower than forecast September 27, 2016
    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) – The National Weather Service has lowered its forecast for the Cedar River’s crest in Cedar Rapids. The river is now expected to crest in Iowa’s second-largest city at just over 22 feet, rather than 23 feet. That’s 10 feet above flood stage and considered major flooding, but it’s still 9
  • Grassley says Cedar Rapids is due $73M for floodwall after 2008 flood September 27, 2016
    WASHINGTON — As Cedar Rapids residents hope for the flooding Cedar River to crest today, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is blaming the U-S Army Corps of Engineers, at least in part, for the city’s second-worst flood. Grassley says Cedar Rapids should have had significant federal funding years ago to build a protective floodwall, but the

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