- March 2012 tornado coverage
Words of warning: Meeting helps tornado victims avoid scams
He suggested talking to your neighbors if they have already had repairs done about the company they used when looking for good businesses or contractors. Doing that also gives individuals a chance to see the quality of the repairs.
FEMA credits Clark County for donated resources
Commissioners President Ed Meyer noted in the release the county was not permitted to count any of the donations to major organizations like the Red Cross and The Salvation Army, and that the documented donated-resource credit could have been much larger.
Yard sale to benefit local dog
Solomon spent almost a week at Shively Animal Hospital after his rescue, undergoing tests and building up his strength. While he was hospitalized, doctors found Solomon tested positive for blastomycosis — a fungus found in the ground that doctors believe was stirred up when tornadoes ravaged the area.
- Sunday events to honor tornado victims, volunteers
Tornado victims, volunteers share stories at March2Recovery event
“People are experiencing all kinds of things. Some are experiencing nightmares, fear of storms, not wanting to leave home and stress. They feel like they are the only ones feeling that way. Our goal is to get people together so they can share, and we will give them some strategies to cope,” Mills-Knutsen said.
- Strong showing: Hundreds gather to watch Henryville parade
Henryville parade rolls by Saturday
Fire department secretary Kasey Taylor estimates that anywhere from 60 to 80 vehicles will take part in this year’s parade, of which 15 to 20 are parade floats.
- Returning to the hive: Henryville schools welcome students back five months after near destruction from tornadoes
- A LESSON IN DEDICATION: Ceremony at Henryville welcomes students, others back for start of school today
Coming together: CrossRoads Missions, Northside Christian, Habitat team up to finish house frames for blitz build
For Raise the Roof over Southern Indiana to be a success, a total of about $1.7 million will be needed. About half of that will be covered by federal grants, but Habitat will rely on donors and sponsors for the rest. Both are still needed.
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