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Commission recognizes severe weather week

Barton County officials joined with state agencies to bring attention to the threats from weather in the coming spring season.
The Barton County Commission set this as Severe Weather Awareness Week.
According to information from Emergency Risk Manager Amy Miller, March 12 through March 16, “is a joint effort of the National Weather Service, Kansas Division of Emergency Management, Kansas Emergency Management Association and County Emergency Managers throughout the state of Kansas. 
“This Proclamation encourages individuals and businesses to prepare for severe weather and to participate in the Statewide Tornado Drill on March 13. According to state information, it was ...


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