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Pam Patenaude Oct 12
I’m in South Carolina with Senator and , visiting neighborhoods and areas impacted by .
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NC State Online 3m
While others evacuated ahead of , Brandy Osborne went to work. Osborne, the emergency communications director for Carteret County, is also an student in the Leadership in the Public Sector program.
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Jenn Knee 9m
Replying to @PaulCarr70
I can say “I KNOW RIGHT!?” w/out sounding arrogant cause I didn’t do it. They sourced the log from detritus that’s still all over the base. Clearly they’re having fun with it.
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Sue Ann Forrest 12m
The is back to appropriate funding for disaster relief. The current proposal includes $ for behavioral health, D-SNAP, unaffiliated community hospitals, and the emergency prescription program.
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USFS North Carolina 9h
Millis Road and Pringle Road on the Croatan reopened October 13 after being closed due to . Millis Road reopened from the east end to where it intersects with South Gulley Branch Road. Pringle Road reopened from HWY 24 to the Millis Road junction.
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Ralph Northam 4h
The president and have approved our request for a major disaster declaration, which will provide reimbursement for up to 75% of local and state costs incurred as part of Virginia's preparation and response. Read more here:
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@AmberRupinta (ABC11 2h
Here’s NC chart topping country band, performing their relief song, Down Town. Proceeds benefit Full story on at 5:55
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Mercy For Animals 5h
This cow had been swimming in floodwaters, struggling to survive, until these people stepped in to save her. 🐮💙 Video:
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Clay Ballas 3h
wow...kids finally got dates for going back to school. Dominic's middle school on 24 Oct, and Cayne's elem school on 1 Nov.
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Beckley's RVs 4h
Last Friday BCC had the privilege of donating 2 Clippers to to be given to veterans’ families affected by . We are pleased to say that the Clippers have been delivered to their new families!
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GovGoldsteinOfficial 3h
This past weekend I spent my time packaging over 5,000 meals for the citizens of the Carolinas effected by . Big thanks to and
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American Red Cross Oct 12
Did you know that disasters like and affect our nation's blood supply? To help meet patient needs, we are asking those eligible to give blood. Make an appt now:
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Change.org 7h
More than 4.1 million were abandoned to drown in sheds & cages in the rising flood waters of . Because of this tragedy, animal advocates are calling on . to protect farm animals during natural disasters. Sign today at
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Tony McEwen 8h
Sen. Burr says that federal govt may look to offer interest free loans to local school districts for rebuilding needs post
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🍁Kate McCrea #KeepPounding Hocus Pocus Rules🍁 6h
Remember that bridge we just had fixed after ? Here it is after this is Hillsford Road in Oakboro at Rock River in NC.
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Colin Campbell Oct 11
9,300 people in NC have applied for “disaster-related” unemployment benefits, and the number is rising:
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Colin Campbell 1h
Bill documents for legislation up tonight is online: \2018%20Special%20Session\2018_10_15%20Meeting
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Tom Biddulph Oct 13
had me being the most anxious I have probably ever been, even after losing my mom. The anxiety took over and all the triggers in my past compounded it. I have to stop seeeping it all under the rug. I do learn from my mistakes, and definitely learned from this!
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lisasorg 2h
Unconfirmed (no documents yet) but reliable reports that the budget contains $0 for dam safety/repair and $0 for clean water. Awaiting the unveiling ...
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Eschersand 8m
Climate Change outsmarted the U.S. Military, defeating or destroyed 10% of America's F-22 fleet and wiped an entire airbase off the map by first faking w/ b4 landing a devastating blow w/
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