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Looking back at the CCC program that helped Northern Utah avoid flooding

ksl.com

It’s hard not to notice the terraces across many of the mountains around Northern Utah. But what are they and how did they get there?

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Reports of flash flooding, large boulder close roads in Zion National Park

ksl.com

The flash flooding was reported in Zion National Park and near Mount Carmel, according to the National Weather Service. Park officials reported that all of the roads in Zion National Park were closed as of 3 p.m. due to the extreme weather.

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Flooding in Kanab heavily damages up to 20 homes

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Flooding caused major damage to several homes, as well as a city park, a swimming pool and a baseball field Wednesday afternoon, police reported.

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Muddy floodwaters from weekend storm cause traffic havoc from California to Utah

Chaos from California to Utah—this past weekend’s storms brought areas of flood waters across the area.

kutv.com

New video and images showcase wild weekend weather that affected people from California to Utah.

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Duchesne County subdivisions awash in failing septic systems

sltrib.com

The Stonegate subdivision seems like a great place to settle down and raise kids. But a dank secret lurks under its sprawling lawns.

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Silt fills reservoir’s inlets after flooding in southern Utah

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Cities in southern Utah are still cleaning up the mess from a flash flood that fell in the area on Saturday. The storm brought down a lot of water, but it also brought down a lot of dirt.

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State of emergency declared in Carbon County after weekend floods

We know this weekend was a soggy one for most of us here in Utah. Here’s an article talking about some of the flooding around the state after this last weekend’s heavy rains. We hope everyone is safe and sound as flood water recede.

kutv.com

A state of emergency was declared in Carbon County and Wellington city on Sunday, where as many as two dozen additional homes were damaged by flooding this weekend — along with many others.

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September is National Preparedness Month

heraldextra.com

The fear of not knowing what to do in the event of a disaster, how to gather and care for loved ones and how to survive until help arrives can be more traumatizing than the actual disaster.

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Glad You Asked: August 28, 2014

With recent geologic hazards like the North Salt Lake landslide, and Napa, California’s large earthquake, perhaps this “Glad You Asked” article can come in handy. Are you thinking of buying a home, and are wondering what geologic hazards are present at some of your prospects? Read for more information!

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SR 31 reopened in Huntington Canyon after closure due to debris, flooding

good4utah.com

UPDATE: State Route has been reopened as of 4:45 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

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