The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians announced today that it has made a $200,000 charitable contribution to the American Red Cross of Montana for its ongoing relief efforts to assist American Indian communities, which have been directly affected by late spring flooding along the Little Bighorn and Missouri Rivers
State and federal agencies will join Senator Tester's representatives in flooded communities.Senator Jon Tester has directed his Montana staff to schedule 10 Flood Outreach Meetings for Montanans impacted by severe flooding across the state
American Red Cross volunteers were busy over the weekend helping Missoula residents in two ways following flooding in some parts of the city. On Saturday, volunteers went to areas of Missoula where there had been flooding and while the floodwaters had receded people are busy pumping out water from beneath their homes and cleaning up around their property
The Orchard Homes neighborhood has organized a meeting on Sunday, June 19th at 3:00 p.m. at the Orchard Homes County Life Center. Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen will be on hand to answer questions and distribute packets of information. The packet includes water quality and mosquito control information, damage assessment forms, and contact information for agencies able to provide assistance.
Based on the high water levels and the possibility that it could continue to rise in the coming hours, County Officials suggest that residents in significantly affected areas secure alternate housing accommodations
After touring several flood impacted regions in the state, Congressman Denny Rehberg returned to Washington to work on removing bureaucratic red tape to be ready for the expected help from the Federal Government for people affected by the adverse weather
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services is reminding people that flood waters commonly contain microbes that can cause illness. Care should be taken by those affected by recent flooding
Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks have closed most fishing access sites along the Tongue and Yellowstone Rivers due to high water and flooding conditions. F-W-P Region 7 Information Officer Dwayne Andrews says the public should refrain from using these sites
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