As we said yesterday, we are trying to monitor damage to west Tennessee in relationship to the storms that swept through last weekend and the floods that became a very harsh and real reality for thousands of Tennesseans. We are going to continue to search today to see what we can find. No pith or snark this morning, because I think the entire state is under a fatigue report and the collective brain cells we have right now wouldn’t start a motor boat.
Flooding, worry and fear of the unknown is exhausting, but we are all in this together so let’s get on with our daily morning link dump.
- A lot of problems at a Frayser trailer park brought many concerns for residents because there were fears of eviction and looting. The mobile home part was under threat of funding.
- I hate to admit it, but this is the second time we have focused on Taylor Swift being a hell of a nice person. And you know what, she is. Taylor Swift is Nashville. John Rich is still not.
- The Commercial Appeal has some stunning photos of the floods in Dyersburg.
- What were possessions last week in Nashville are now waiting on garbage trucks. The scope of clean up is now becoming clearer.
- Pith in the Wind has information on some of the next steps to take in the recovery process and the Great Tennessee Clean up.
- Camden is dealing with the economic blowback of the flood, as most of their commerce comes from the Tennessee River.
- Jane Q. Public talks Anderson Cooper, the mudslide that ruined her father’s home and Cool People Care.
- Code officials are starting to access the damage in Clarksville.