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  • Corps of Engineers at Stockton Lake invite comments on shoreline management plan

    STOCKTON, Mo.— The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Stockton Lake invite public comments regarding shoreline management. The final draft Shoreline Management Plan for Stockton Lake establishes policy and furnishes guidelines for the protection and preservation of the desirable environmental characteristics of the shoreline while maintaining a balance between public and private shoreline use.
  • Top 9 things to do at Heartland Corps lakes in the fall

    The Kansas City District invites you to enjoy the “Top 9 things to do at Heartland Corps lakes this fall”. 1. Hike for the view, Harry S. Truman Lake, Warsaw, Mo. o Be one of the first to hike the Shawnee Bend Trail at Harry S. Truman Lake near Warsaw, Mo. The recently established 3-mile trail leads you on a meandering hike through mature oak timber that opens up to a breathtaking view of Truman Lake from a rock cliff 300 feet above Truman Lake. If you time it right you can see one of the best sunsets around. http://www.nwk.usace.army.mil/Locations/District-Lakes/Harry-S-Truman-Lake/Trails/
  • Corps warns of minor to moderate flooding in Missouri River

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, urges caution due to recent an¬d probable future heavy rains and resulting high waters on area rivers and streams. Minor to moderate flooding continues in and along the Missouri River from Rulo, Neb. to Glasgow, Mo. Reaches of the Missouri River will remain above flood stage through the coming weekend. The storm system that produced the rainfall is expected to move east beginning tomorrow.
  • Caution urged by Corps due to high waters and heavy rains

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, urges caution due to recent an¬d potential future heavy rains and resulting high waters on area rivers and streams. Missouri River stages will remain high for next several days from Rulo, Neb. to mid-Missouri. With moisture moving in from the Gulf of Mexico, it will be important for residents and businesses to remain weather aware, and to heed National Weather Service watches and warnings.