LINCOLN — Ninety-eight homes were destroyed or suffered major damage in the July 8-12 flood, according to state damage assessments for south-central Nebraska counties, including Buffalo and Dawson counties.
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Gibbon Fire Chief Rick Brown said the Wood River began rising around 4 a.m. Wednesday and was flooding by 6:30 a.m. The crest of 16.8 feet was…
KEARNEY — Those who lost property or possessions in the July 9 flood are encouraged to visit a free one-stop Multi-Agency Resource Center site this week to learn about available help and sign up for assistance.
KEARNEY – Megan Woeste couldn’t hold back the tears as she walked into the Ponderosa Room inside the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Nebraskan Student Union.
KEARNEY — As of Monday, 600 rooms out of Kearney’s 1,800 sleeping rooms are open. Also, 11 of Kearney’s hotels and motels are open. According to the Kearney Visitors Bureau, only three restaurants were closed because of flood damage: Coppermill, Sozo and Scooters coffee.
August was going to be $2.7 million, but achieving those numbers likely is impossible. In fact, there could be significantly reduced income fo…