Tag: Tennessee Floods

The Nightmare

The Clarksville Leaf Chronicle has an article this morning that talks about the floods that came unexpectedly. Monday morning, Montgomery County awoke to a nightmare. Roads underwater. Houses. A city. “You’re expecting that event one time in a 100-year timeframe,”…

Three Stories out of Thousands

Yesterday the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle had several articles about the flood damage and recovery effort. Here are a couple of them. Early damage assessment: 250 homes, 210 businesses Family facing challenges shared by dozens of other flood victims After a…

Helping Small Businesses After the Flood

WPLN reports that the Small Business Administration is setting up a “business recovery center at TSU. From the Article: The Small Business Administration bills itself as the federal government’s long-term disaster recovery arm. Despite the “small business” in the administration’s…

Tipton County Relief Resources

Please Note: This is not a comprehensive list, but a compilation of posts and external resources that we’ve found over the past week. If you know of a resource we missed please Contact us with the county or counties served…

The Bridge Back To Normalcy

Cathy McCaughan brings a different point of view to light in a post called ‘even in surreal there must be real.” Water is a valuable commodity that is needed for survival, but, in the midst of rationing, people are washing…

Cheatham County Is A Lake

The stories just keep coming in. Many roads are still closed, homes and businesses remain under water and residents in Ashland City and Kingston Springs are being asked to conserve water. This is all of a result of the record-setting…

More from Dyer County

Earlier this morning, Trace mentioned the flooding situation in Dyer County. Apparently, it’s getting worse. According to Senator Mark Norris via Twitter, Dyersburg, TN is taking on more water. Senator Norris reports that some 600 homes and businesses are currently…