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USFS Southern Region 19h
6 months ago, damaged treasured forests in Florida. Landowners are still working to clean up the broken and downed timber. Details at:
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Shannon Clark Apr 14
Oh, look at the jobs I can't apply for because my house is still a disaster and I can't sell it. Thanks 🙄
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Holden Kurwicki Apr 17
Replying to @WNCN
Wrightsville Beach Town Manager says beach nourishment helped save his community during , but it could be 3-4 years before the community has the funding to do it again.
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Alexis M. Bell Apr 18
Finally buzzing with customers and employees again, The Oceanic in Wrightsville Beach is serving a special lunch to friends and family today. The historic restaurant will officially open for the first time since on Monday.
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NCDMPH Apr 18
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Medical Student gets real hand-on experience during
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Meghan Doyle 22h
Replying to @megdoyle
’s house flooded during He had to move out and then move right back in to the top floor until everything was fixed...which was just a few weeks ago. It makes me happy during this Easter 🐣 season of renewal to see him happy and in his home.
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Holden Kurwicki Apr 17
On assignment in and Wrightsville Beach today following up on damage and recovery from . Many buildings are still closed, and may not reopen due to flood plane issues.
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Meghan Doyle 22h
Just saw out and about puttering in his yard. Until last fall this was an almost everyday occurrence for me to see him out and you can tell it is where he is happy. His home was flooded after
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Lisa Line TV Apr 18
is getting $1.7 million from FEMA for damage. Repairs and renovations should be completed in 7 months
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SMLC Apr 18
Replying to @hootsuite
A6. Typos... and of course ignoring the power of social listening and digital analytics. Several national news outlets were accidentally using a misspelled version of .
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George Soltow Apr 18
I rarely agree with you politically however I wanted to take time out to thank you for donating a portion of your book sales to help people here in NC who were impacted by .
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Holden Kurwicki Apr 17
Replying to @WNCN
As we speak crews are reinstalling fencing under Johnnie Mercer Pier that was ripped away during
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NC State Alumni Apr 18
In the aftermath of , members of the youth program stepped up to help their communities rebuild. Meet three 4-H’ers who are helping farms and families heal across the state.
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Dr Roberto J. Mera 12h
My kids came to our farm in Davis, NC to help sort oysters for damage from extreme rain runoff and .
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Michelle Palladino Apr 18
I can’t get over how adorable this little is!😍 we are slowly putting it back to what it was before the storm. I’m so happy that didn’t do anymore damage.…
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RichlandSC Apr 12
Sign up to receive emergency notifications specific to your address through the Columbia-Richland Citizen Alert System. In the case of an emergency, you can be alerted via phone call, text message or email. You can sign up here .
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Aaron Ladd Apr 15
Replying to @JimCantore
🎥WATCH: Meteorologist couldn't have asked for a better day for golf. ⛳️☀️ His thoughts on South Carolina's response just 6 months after .
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tenchiayase Apr 11
✅Do nothing against a Turkish prison to bolst…
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Unyke 18h
God just keeps on 🙌😇 At the the beginning of our was devastated. We didn't know what we were going to do after losing everything. We went from…
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Meghan Doyle 12h
None better than during Lost their station and kept on reporting. Thankful to all of our
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