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  • Contracts awarded to repair river structures

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— The Kansas City District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded four contracts worth several million dollars Aug. 14 to establish a pool of contractors that are available to bid on repairs for the Missouri River Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project.
  • TRUMAN LAKE: 2012 Waterfowl Blind Registration for Truman Lake

    WARSAW, Mo.— The waterfowl blind registration process for the 2012 Missouri Waterfowl Season has been finalized for Harry S. Truman Lake.
  • Corps makes progress on levee repairs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District is making progress on repairing levees that were damaged during the 2011 flooding along the Missouri River with three more contracts being nearly complete and another one awarded on Aug. 7.
  • Mississippi River Commission schedules low-water inspection trip

    PORTLAND, Ore. — The Mississippi River Commission will conduct a low-water inspection trip in the Missouri River Basin starting in Bismarck, N. D., and traveling the river to Washington, Mo., August 12-16, 2012.
  • MILFORD LAKE: Milford Lake Advisory Lifted

    The Public Health Advisory previously issued for Milford Lake by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, has been lifted
  • Public health advisory for Milford Lake

    Areas north of School Creek at Milford Lake have been placed under an advisory after testing was conducted for cyanobacteria by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. NOTE: Areas south of School Creek are not currently under an Advisory or Warning and are open to water-based recreational use.
  • More water to be released from three Kansas reservoirs

    Releases from Milford, Tuttle Creek and Perry reservoirs in the Kansas River Basin have been providing supplemental Navigation Support to the Missouri River since July 8 and will continue to do so through approximately August 7.
  • No Campfires at Kanopolis Lake

    The hot, dry weather has prompted the Kanopolis Lake Staff to implement a burn ban effective immediately.
  • Fireworks and Campfire Ban at Wilson Lake, KS

    Extreme heat and dry conditions at Wilson Lake have prompted officials to impose a fire ban. In an effort to protect the safety of persons and property, Russell County Commission's emergency ordinance has placed a resolution prohibiting the discharge of fireworks in the county. Officials have further issued a burn ban impacting the entirety of Wilson Lake for the following.
  • Corps awards contract for levee repair

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District awarded a contract July 12 for more than $656,000 to repair Missouri River Levee R-440, which lies in both Atchison and Doniphan counties in Kansas.