It’s a classical music concert unlike anything you have ever heard or seen.
The hunters called for help around 3 p.m. after they became trapped by flood waters near Boiling Springs, south of Licking, Missouri.
Huge version of mosquito has been a local native for decades.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers destroyed the town of Pinhook when it blasted the Birds Point levee in 2011, knowingly sending the Mississippi River gushing into homes there. But it did not destroy the community.
A contract was awarded last week for a $7.8 million project to construct two earthen berms and a 4,200-foot trench at Cairo, IL.
Workshop one of six being held across Missouri
Mold spores, rotting fields left behind by receding floodwaters.
“It’s a very unpleasant chore for people trying to clean this up,” said John Remus, who oversees hydrologic engineering for the Army Corps of Engineers.
Two other Guard members injured; driver may have fallen asleep.
The window applies to any damage from tornadoes, floods or other weather related disasters between April 19 and June 6.
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