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Category Archives: disaster relief

  UPDATE 10-3-18: We are winding down our hurricane disaster relief operation in North Carolina, and we no longer need out of state volunteers. We have enough there to finish training and mentoring locals in their own neighborhood watch.  Thank you to everyone who volunteered to help those devastated by Hurricane Florence, to the businesses […]

  UPDATE 10-3-18: We are winding down our hurricane disaster relief operation in North Carolina, and we no longer need out of state volunteers. We have enough there to finish training and mentoring locals in their own neighborhood watch.  Thank you to everyone who volunteered to help those devastated by Hurricane Florence, to the businesses […]

The process uses chlorine and table salt to purify the water, up to 55 gallons per minute. (Christina Thompson, NewsChannel 12 photo) by Christina Thompson and Jason O. Boyd – Tuesday, September 25th 2018 SNEADS FERRY, Onslow County — A group of veterans are helping make sure safe drinking water is available in the Sneads Ferry area. […]

The floodwater is up to the rooftops of homes in North Carolina. Early damage estimates approaching $22B. This video was posted on September 18 by WCTI NewsChannel 12. Homes buried by floodwater in North Carolina The floodwater is up to the rooftops of homes in North Carolina.Early damage estimates approaching $22B: http://bit.ly/2PM9Tjg Posted by WCTI […]

Hurricane Florence has made landfall, bringing with it sustained winds of 90 MPH and high rainfall, which is estimated to reach the 30-40 inch level in some areas.

This is a monster storm, not because of the winds, but because of the rain, as Florence is a slow moving storm that will linger longer than other hurricanes and dump intense rain on the coast of North Carolina and into South Carolina.

(INCLUDES NOTE AND LINKS FROM OATH KEEPERS) By Patricia Mazzei and Agustin Armendariz  Feb. 6, 2018 The mission for the Federal Emergency Management Agency was clear: Hurricane Maria had torn through Puerto Rico, and hungry people needed food. Thirty million meals needed to be delivered as soon as possible. For this huge task, FEMA tapped Tiffany Brown, an Atlanta […]

A Year of Landfalls (Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria) and Firestorms (California) Dr. Jeff Masters  ·  December 29, 2017 In 2017, the atmosphere seemed to have it in for the United States. Globally, the lion’s share of destruction from each of the world’s four costliest weather-related disasters occurred within U.S. states and territories, and each one […]

Government failed to turn over evidence.   By Valerie Richardson – The Washington Times – Thursday, December 21, 2017 Attorney General Jeff Sessions stepped into the Bundy prosecution after Wednesday’s mistrial, ordering a third-party examination of the case in light of the latest government snafu. “The attorney general takes this issue very seriously and has […]