How to get in touch with loved ones during and after a disaster
Jul 06, 2018 ● By Editor
One of the first things on the minds of those directly or indirectly involved in emergency is the well-being of their loved ones. By Ashley Williams, AccuWeather staff writer, accuweather.com - July 6, 2018Read More »
Preparation is key in coping with disaster
Jun 30, 2018 ● By Editor
You never know when a disaster could strike, as the recent Father’s Day flooding demonstrated, and that is why it’s important to always be prepared. By Kali Katerberg, Staff Writer, The Mining Gazette - June 30, 2018 [email protected]Read More »
Do You Have A Disaster Plan For Your Pets?
May 30, 2018 ● By Editor
How to keep pets safe in natural disasters and everyday emergencies. From the Humane Society of the United States.Read More »
When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors!
May 28, 2018 ● By Editor
From the National Weather Service and the Centers for Disease Control - May 28, 2018Read More »
Thunderstorms and Camping: What to do.
May 16, 2018 ● By Editor
The yearly average number of lightning deaths in the US is 53, and the most common places are on or near the water and under or near trees. From Backcountry.comRead More »
5 dangers to be aware of after a flood strikes
Jan 27, 2018 ● By Editor
The dangers of floods do not disappear after water levels stop rising. Here are five factors to remember when recovering from a flood.Read More »