Hurricane Irma

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Junkee
Google Has Released The Most Searched Phrases Of 2017 And Australia, You Have Problemsof the modern world in 2017. I’m sorry but it’s true. The top trending news to
Junkee / Posted 2 hours ago
of the modern world in 2017. I’m sorry but it’s true. The top trending news topics also skewed towards the tragic, with Hurricane Irma and the terrorist attacks in London, Manchester and Las Vegas all featuring in the top 10. The final spot went... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Baker meets with Puerto Rico’s Governor to discuss relief effortson Tuesday to discuss relief efforts following two catastrophic hurricanes that
WWLP Springfield / Posted 5 hours ago
on Tuesday to discuss relief efforts following two catastrophic hurricanes that hit the island just a few months ago. Hurricane Irma hit Puerto Rico in September, leaving thousands of residents without power and water. A few weeks later,... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Frost adjusts to hectic scheduletaking the NU job, because they had played 11 straight weeks due to early-seaso
Fremont Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
taking the NU job, because they had played 11 straight weeks due to early-season cancellations and changes stemming from Hurricane Irma. In that week, Frost was introduced in Lincoln, hired his entire UCF coaching staff, and they spent the week... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Obamacare sign-up 'deadline' is Friday but Floridians actually have until Dec. 31because all 67 Florida counties were deemed eligible for public assistance by t
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 5 hours ago
because all 67 Florida counties were deemed eligible for public assistance by the Federal Emergency Management Agency after Hurricane Irma struck the state in September. The only catch is that instead of simply logging onto Healthcare.gov and... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Officials: Daytona Hard Rock on track for February openingSummit Hospitality Group, switched hotel brands from Westin to Hard Rock. Work
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
Summit Hospitality Group, switched hotel brands from Westin to Hard Rock. Work stoppages and power outages because of Hurricane Irma in September also pushed the completion date back, Hines and Keaveney said. The hotel's owners have insisted... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Why is my internet so slow’ in top searchestropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Austra
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 hours ago
tropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Australians also wanted to know more about Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, the volcano erupting in Bali and, perhaps in more of a fizzer than an eruption, Amazon’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Why is my internet so slow’ in top searchestropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Austra
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 hours ago
tropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Australians also wanted to know more about Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, the volcano erupting in Bali and, perhaps in more of a fizzer than an eruption, Amazon’s... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Why is my internet so slow’ in top searchestropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Austra
Herald Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
tropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Australians also wanted to know more about Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, the volcano erupting in Bali and, perhaps in more of a fizzer than an eruption, Amazon’s... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Why is my internet so slow’ in top searchestropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Austra
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
tropical cyclone since 2015, Cyclone Debbie, dominated news queries, but Australians also wanted to know more about Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean, the volcano erupting in Bali and, perhaps in more of a fizzer than an eruption, Amazon’s... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Frost, staff recruiting for Huskers, coaching UCF as Knights' bowl prep beginstaking the NU job, because they had played 11 straight weeks due to early-seaso
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 10 hours ago
taking the NU job, because they had played 11 straight weeks due to early-season cancellations and changes stemming from Hurricane Irma. In that week, Frost was introduced in Lincoln, hired his entire UCF coaching staff, and they spent the week... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Scott Frost leads UCF practice Tuesday, reaffirms plans to coach Peach Bowlbowl preparation schedule and got a much-needed break last week after playing 1
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
bowl preparation schedule and got a much-needed break last week after playing 12 consecutive games without a bye due to Hurricane Irma. “It felt like coming home to these guys,” Frost said. “The energy on the field was awesome. So the guys were... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Tampa Bay’s mortgage delinquency rate crept up in Decemberpercentage of Tampa Bay homeowners who are late on their mortgage payments rose
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 13 hours ago
percentage of Tampa Bay homeowners who are late on their mortgage payments rose slightly in September, probably due to Hurricane Irma. According to CoreLogic, 7 percent of bay area mortgages were delinquent by at least 30 days compared to 6.4... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
The Latest: Forecasters say Irma now aimed at Keys, Tampadon’t break.” (AP Photo/Jason Dearen) This photo provided on Friday, Sept. 8,
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
don’t break.” (AP Photo/Jason Dearen) This photo provided on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, shows storm damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Virgin Gorda’s Gun Creek in the British Virgin Islands. Irma scraped Cuba’s northern coast Friday on a... Read more
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Miami New Times
Florida Airboat Accidents Have Killed Seven and Injured Dozens in Recent Yearsthen trudges down a 40-yard dock, unties a mooring line, and drags a 16-foot ai
Miami New Times / Posted 16 hours ago
then trudges down a 40-yard dock, unties a mooring line, and drags a 16-foot airboat toward the water-stained dock. Since Hurricane Irma pushed through here September 10, the water level has risen a foot above the usual three. "I haven't seen it... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
Q&A: Matt Shpiner speaks about ongoing Hurricane Irma recovery processIt’s been more than three months since South Florida, including the University
The Miami Hurricane / Posted yesterday
It’s been more than three months since South Florida, including the University of Miami, was ravaged by Hurricane Irma, leading to a disrupted fall 2017 academic calendar and extensive recovery efforts. Months later, Director of Emergency Management... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
WESH adds anchor from Central Floridaof soul searching for me to realize it’s one that I simply can’t turn down!” S
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
of soul searching for me to realize it’s one that I simply can’t turn down!” She has covered Donald Trump’s campaign and Hurricane Irma. She also has worked in Panama City. Dange has won several Associated Press awards, include one for... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Jeter lauded for charity efforts, panned for Marlins dealsaiding families who have relocated from Puerto Rico to Miami since Hurricane Ma
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
aiding families who have relocated from Puerto Rico to Miami since Hurricane Maria and to residents of the Keys affected by Hurricane Irma. The Posada, who are both from Puerto Rico, are concentrating on their homeland through the Foundation for... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Action 9 takes home warranty complaints to builder for answersa problem. The builder is rated C-minus at the BBB. Top complaints include owne
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
a problem. The builder is rated C-minus at the BBB. Top complaints include owners who can't get new homes fixed. Since Hurricane Irma, five more Taylor Morrison new home buyers told Action 9, the builder won't honor their warranties after water... Read more
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The News-Herald
Parents and teens in South Beach on a budget: It can be doneHarriette’s Restaurant, famous for its giant homemade muffins. (Our visit was o
The News-Herald / Posted yesterday
Harriette’s Restaurant, famous for its giant homemade muffins. (Our visit was over spring break earlier this year, before Hurricane Irma, but Harriette’s is open. Some activities at John Pennekamp have been suspended pending cleanup, though... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
JW Marriott Clearwater Beach project still on target despite some bumpsand Marriott wanted the parking garage redesigned to present a "beautiful facad
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
and Marriott wanted the parking garage redesigned to present a "beautiful facade from the street," Lele said. On Sept. 10, Hurricane Irma brushed the Tampa Bay area with strong winds, causing enough damage to the existing hotel on the site that it... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
FPL team to assist with power restoration in Puerto Ricofollowing severe weather events, such as hurricanes, ice storms and tornadoes.
The Palm Beach Post / Posted yesterday
following severe weather events, such as hurricanes, ice storms and tornadoes. In September, crews from 30 states and Canada came to Florida to support the unprecedented restoration of more than 4.4 million FPL customers following Hurrica... Read more
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FOX 16 Little Rock
Arkansan-NFL Star Clinton McDonald Makes Payton Nominees Listin 2014, Clinton McDonald has embraced the Tampa Bay community and displayed ou
FOX 16 Little Rock / Posted yesterday
in 2014, Clinton McDonald has embraced the Tampa Bay community and displayed outstanding character. In 2017, following Hurricane Irma, Clinton helped deploy food trucks into areas of Tampa, Fla. that were left without power as result of the... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Editorial: Bradley Park reno a good example of community cooperationIntracoastal Waterway from the North End to the park — no small feat. It is alr
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted yesterday
Intracoastal Waterway from the North End to the park — no small feat. It is already home to a variety of birds. Not even Hurricane Irma in September could stop this project, which broke ground May 1. The park initially faced opposition by a... Read more
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Missoulian
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Missoulian / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The World
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
The World / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
The Times and Democrat / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The Sentinel
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
The Sentinel / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Santa Maria Times / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Sioux City Journal / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
Gripping photos of U.S. disasters in 2017AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane I
Fremont Tribune / Posted yesterday
AP YE Hurricane Irma Jean Chatelier walks down a street flooded by Hurricane Irma after retrieving his uniform from his house so he could return to work today at a supermarket in Fort Myers, Fla., on Sept. 12, 2017. Chattier walked about a mile each... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Current state of tourism in St. Augustine: Bright as the Nights of Lightson some of the negative aspects of St. Augustine’s tourism Renaissance. First,
The St. Augustine Record / Posted yesterday
on some of the negative aspects of St. Augustine’s tourism Renaissance. First, the positive news from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma was that even with a week or more of chaos, there was still a 5 percent rise in total occupancy for county... Read more
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11 News Houston
North Carolina 5th grader sees snow for first timea 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family rel
11 News Houston / Posted 2 days ago
a 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family relocated to the Triad, from St. Thomas, after Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of the Caribbean. McLeansville Elementary librarian Marie Glover captured video of the moment... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Immokalee residents still recovering from IrmaThree months after Hurricane Irma, tarps still cover roofs and homes are in pie
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 2 days ago
Three months after Hurricane Irma, tarps still cover roofs and homes are in pieces in Immokalee. One homeowner whose bathroom was torn off his trailer home said he can't get help from FEMA to have it repaired because he can't provide the VIN. He's... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Immokalee residents in need 3 months after IrmaThree months after Hurricane Irma, tarps still cover roofs and homes are in pie
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 2 days ago
Three months after Hurricane Irma, tarps still cover roofs and homes are in pieces in Immokalee. One homeowner whose bathroom was torn off his trailer home said he can't get help from FEMA to have it repaired because he can't provide the VIN. He's... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
3 months later, Irma recovery continues in Flagler BeachMonday marks three months since Hurricane Irma pounded the region. Though many
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Monday marks three months since Hurricane Irma pounded the region. Though many residents throughout Flagler County have been able to get back to their lives since the storm, the recovery continues for some. FLAGLER BEACH — Mary Deardorff stands... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
3 months after storm, Irma recovery continues in Flagler BeachMonday marks three months since Hurricane Irma pounded the region. Though many
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Monday marks three months since Hurricane Irma pounded the region. Though many residents throughout Flagler County have been able to get back to their lives since the storm, the recovery continues for some. FLAGLER BEACH — Mary Deardorff stands... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
5th Grader From Caribbean Sees Snow For First Timea 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family rel
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
a 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family relocated to the Triad, from St. Thomas, after Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of the Caribbean. McLeansville Elementary librarian Marie Glover captured video of the moment... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
North Carolina 5th Grader Sees Snow For First Timea 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family rel
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 2 days ago
a 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family relocated to the Triad, from St. Thomas, after Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of the Caribbean. McLeansville Elementary librarian Marie Glover captured video of the moment... Read more
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FSView
A semester in reviewall of a sudden look at you differently...or, even worse, call ICE or the polic
FSView / Posted 2 days ago
all of a sudden look at you differently...or, even worse, call ICE or the police on you.” Puerto Rico's road to recovery Hurricane Irma and ensuing storm Maria wreaked havoc onto the Caribbean Sea and devastated the U.S. territory, Puerto Rico.... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Guilford County Schools 5th Grader Sees Snow For First Timea 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family rel
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 2 days ago
a 5th grader at McLeansville Elementary in Guilford County. Cyanna's family relocated to the Triad, from St. Thomas, after Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of the Caribbean. McLeansville Elementary librarian Marie Glover captured video of the moment... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Three months after Irma, counties and cities pick up the last of the storm's debrislike Hoffman, 92, relieved to see rotting curbside piles of logs, limbs and lea
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
like Hoffman, 92, relieved to see rotting curbside piles of logs, limbs and leaves vanish. Monday marks three months since Hurricane Irma blew into Central Florida on Sept. 11 with gusty winds that toppled trees and shook loose several million... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Edit: Bradley Park project a good example of community cooperationIntracoastal Waterway from the North End to the park — no small feat. It is alr
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Intracoastal Waterway from the North End to the park — no small feat. It is already home to a variety of birds. Not even Hurricane Irma in September could stop this project, which broke ground May 1. The park initially faced opposition by a... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
St. Johns County receives initial obligations from FEMA for Matthewmostly on debris removal, emergency activation and inundated roads. For compar
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 2 days ago
mostly on debris removal, emergency activation and inundated roads. For comparison, the preliminary damage assessment for Hurricane Irma was $32.7 million, not including about $50 million in damages to beaches and dunes. It is expected FEMA and... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Retired botanist finds purpose in cataloging nature's chaosgrape fern, smallfruit spikerush and American halfchaff sedge - that once had b
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 2 days ago
grape fern, smallfruit spikerush and American halfchaff sedge - that once had been thought to be extinct in South Florida. Hurricane Irma helped with the discovery of a twisted airplant, the only one found at the sanctuary, after the storm brought... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
OUR VIEW: Brainstorming on hurricanesSome valuable food for thought. The aftermath of Hurricane Irma left not only
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Some valuable food for thought. The aftermath of Hurricane Irma left not only a trail of destruction and piles of debris that are still being disposed of, but also a mountain of questions about how Florida can improve its preparation and response to... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
‘You’re probably going to die’: Kansas kayaker fights for life after ocean riptide pulls him away from tournamentKansas to the Florida panhandle, where the water was smooth as glass and relati
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Kansas to the Florida panhandle, where the water was smooth as glass and relatively untouched by the destructive gales of Hurricane Irma to the south. Though they didn’t fish that well during the first tournament, Jaap said they had a lot of fun... Read more
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