18 months after 2017 flood, FEMA says some who got assistance may be ineligible


The historic April 29, 2017, flood caused damage throughout Ozark County,, including Gainesville, where North Main Street was inundated by Lick Creek’s high water Some residents who received financial assistance from FEMA after the flood have now received letters saying they may have been ineligible for assistance and may have to repay the money.

Some Ozark County residents who received financial assistance from FEMA after the devastating 2017 flood recently received letter

Pastor and wife save drowning man Saturday in Bull Shoals Lake


Part-time Theodosia resident Michael Atkins, below, was close to drowning in Bull Shoals Lake Saturday when Pastor Davin Friend, above, and his wife Kasey spotted him in the water as they started across the Theodosia Bridge.

Usually, Davin and Kasey Friend head from Gainesville to Salem General Baptist Church in Ocie plenty early on the day of

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