Monthly Archives: March 2021

Flip Side Watersports takes significant blow from EF3 tornado – Shelby County Reporter

By WILLIAM MARLOW | Special to the Reporter NORTH SHELBY — The EF3 tornado to sweep through northern Shelby County on Thursday, March 25 damaged much of Oak Mountain State Park, which included destruction to much of Flip Side Watersports. The storm devastated the businesses significantly, and according to owner Jeremy Talbot, it could possibly […]

Alabama bed-and-breakfast sign lost during Hurricane Sally washes up in Texas

Narrow Dauphin Island, a barrier island in Alabama, was swamped by rising seawater and falling rain during Hurricane Sally, which made landfall near Gulf Shores on Sept. 16. The hurricane dumped as much as 30 inches of torrential rainfall on the heart of Dixie and pummeled the coast with fierce winds. Erosion from Sally gnawed away […]

Flood waters churn up memories of 2010 flood |

After several days of rain earlier last week had saturated land and raised water levels, the additional 6-8 inches of rain that fell Saturday night and into Sunday morning overloaded already bulging creeks, streams, rivers, lakes and ponds throughout Middle Tennessee.  The events also brought back memories of the devastation from the historic May 2010 […]

Ambulance and Emergency Equipment Market Top Companies, Covid-19 Impact Analysis, Growth, Size, Manufacturers, Sales and Demand 2020-2026

The market analysis is focused primarily on primary and secondary data, collected through a systematic approach to research. The research methodology is described in accordance with the business experts and international research standards by professional “Ambulance and Emergency Equipment Market” analysts. To draw the conclusion on the macroeconomic business climate, economic, political, and environmental regulations for […]

Law group promises to sue City of Medford over proposed camping ordinance

MEDFORD, Ore. — As the City of Medford considers an ordinance to restrict camping and sleeping in public places, a group of local attorneys has said that they will sue the City on behalf of homeless people who could be punished or displaced by the new policies. According to a statement from attorney Justin Rosas, […]

Louisiana lawmakers to debate hunting, fishing license hikes

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will ask lawmakers to raise the cost of recreational hunting and fishing licenses and other user fees to close a budget gap that is only projected to worsen in the future, the agency’s leader said Wednesday. Department Secretary Jack Montoucet told the Senate Finance […]

Gusty Winds, Warm Conditions In Santa Clarita Weather Forecast

With gusty winds and warm temperatures in the Santa Clarita weather forecast, an elevated fire risk is set to remain in place through Wednesday. Through Wednesday, humidity levels are expected to remain low with gusty north winds, prompting an elevated fire risk to be put into place, said David Sweet, a meteorologist with the National […]
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