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Hunters, fishermen and boaters should use caution when on or around cold water. The fact is that drowning is a leading cause of death among outdoorsmen and unexpectedly finding yourself in cold water can bring on hypothermia much faster than one might think.  Wearing a lifejacket when around a lake or stream and knowing what to if you find yourself unexpectedly wet can significantly increase your chances of survival.
Hunters, fishermen and boaters – be cautious of cold water
10/21/2014 2:16:00 PM
Eugene Goff, manager, Kansas Area Office of the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, points out the available prizes after a little zombie correctly answers a water safety question during the annual Caney Zombie Walk in Caney, Kansas, Oct. 18.

10/21/2014 1:01:00 PM
The new courtesy dock at Hwy 10 Landing Day Use Area will allow boaters to perform safer launches and recoveries of their water vessels.

10/21/2014 11:52:00 AM
Anthony Condi is a senior electrician at the Eufaula Dam Powerhouse.

10/17/2014 3:01:00 PM
The Tulsa District Commander, Col. Richard A. Pratt, presents Louis Vogele, a Civil Works Program Manager, with a bronze de Fleury Medal. The bronze de Fleury Medal is presented to an individual who has rendered significant service or support to an element of the Engineer Regiment.

10/16/2014 10:18:00 AM
Some campgrounds on Fort Gibson Lake will experience seasonal closures or scale back operations during the winter months.
Fort Gibson announces winter campground operations
10/8/2014 9:58:00 AM
Bobber the Water Safety Dog and some of his pals at the Water Safety Day event July 13. The children received free life jackets from Safe Kids and other water safety-related goodies.
Summer is gone but water safety is not forgotten
10/2/2014 3:34:00 PM
Tulsa District Park Ranger Jason Person fits a child with a life jacket at the Water Safety Day held July 13. Safe Kids provided more than 100 free life jackets to children that day.
Summer is gone but water safety is not forgotten
10/2/2014 3:26:00 PM
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