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Severe Thunderstorm Warning

Ozarks First.

Date: 8/8/2015 8:34:00 AM

Hazards include 60 mph wind gusts that may damage roofs, siding, and trees. Impacted include Northwestern Springfield, Bolivar, Stockton lake, Pomme de Terre Lake, Willard, Ash Grove, Humansville, Walnut Grove, Polk, Pleasant Hope, Fair Play Morrisville

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Soils Lab showcases pollinator research during meeting of Minnesota honey producers

Morris Sun Tribune

Date: 7/28/2015 2:00:00 PM

Following the field tour, the group enjoyed a picnic supper at Pomme de Terre Lake (Perkins Lake) Park at the public access. The pollinator programs mentioned above make up only a portion of the total research program at the Soils Lab. This research shows

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Water Resources Outlook July 22, 2015

NWS Southeast River Forecast Center

Date: 7/22/2015

Water Resources Outlook July 22

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Flooding Remains a Concern for Rural and Farming Communities

Ozarks First.

Date: 7/6/2015 4:36:00 PM

“It's just a blessing that what's stood back up is standing up,” he said. With Pomme De Terre lake currently 18 feet above it's conservation pool, flooding most anywhere along the Pomme De Terre river is once again a concern

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Date: 7/2/2015 8:12:00 AM

She attended Hillcrest High School in Springfield, Missouri. The youngest of six children, Barbara spent many hours just hanging out at Pomme de Terre Lake, with her parents. Barbara was united in marriage to Larry Brewer June 21, 1985 and they have

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• Surface Area: 7,820 Acres
Pomme de Terre Lake is located in the rugged, tree covered hills of the west central Missouri Ozarks on the Pomme de Terre River. The Pomme de Terre Project was authorized by Congress in 1938 as part of a comprehensive flood control plan for the Missouri River Basin. Project Planning was initiated in 1947 and actual construction began in 1957. The lake was completed in 1961 at a cost of $14,946,784. At multipurpose pool Pomme de Terre Lake covers 7,820 acres and can expand to as much as 16,100 acres during periods of heavy rain as excess runoff is impounded to prevent downstream flooding. Pomme de Terre Lake works in conjunction with several other Corps of Engineers operated lakes to provide flood protection for the Osage River Basin and the lower Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Other benefits of the lake include recreation, fish and wildlife management and water quality improvement.
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