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Hurricane Idalia

VSU announces reopening plan following hurricane Idalia

Valdosta City Schools SEP 03, 2023 Good Afternoon Wildcat Family, We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to all students and staff members who took the time to complete the recent survey. Your feedback is invaluable to us, and it has played a crucial role in shaping our decision regarding the return to school schedule.…

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Hurricane Idalia Release #08 9/04/2023-1pm

Lowndes County has experienced significant damage from Hurricane Idalia, and relief and recovery efforts have begun. On behalf of Lowndes County Emergency Management Director Ashley Tye, here are the latest updates regarding Hurricane Idalia. FEMA Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has made the required request to President Biden with regards to Lowndes County being declared a…

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Carr Warns of Price Gouging and Scams in Wake of Hurricane Idalia

  ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is warning Georgia residents to be on the lookout for possible price gouging and storm-related scams in the wake of Hurricane Idalia. “As we continue to pray for the families and communities in the path of Hurricane Idalia, we want to remind all Georgians of the important steps…

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Lowndes County Emergency Management Updates Community on Hurricane Idalia

Lowndes County Emergency Management continues to monitor and prepare for Hurricane Idalia. According to the Tallahassee Division of the National Weather Service, Hurricane Idalia is forecasted to strengthen into a major category 3 Hurricane with sustained winds of 115 mph and maintain major strength until it makes landfall somewhere along the Gulf Coast of Florida.…

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Gov. Kemp Issues State of Emergency In Preparation for Hurricane Idalia

  Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today issued a State of Emergency order for all of Georgia in preparation for Hurricane Idalia’s anticipated impact later this week. Currently, the storm system is expected to move through the state Wednesday, bringing heavy rainfall and damaging winds throughout Southeast Georgia. The State of Emergency went into…

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