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The Tulsa District has received some rain every day since last week’s report, but the generally scattered nature and light amounts have resulted in modest runoff.
Reservoir update for April 23
4/23/2015 10:50:00 AM
The Journal Record Building sustained major damage in the blast on April 19, 1995. It now houses the Oklahoma City Memorial Museum. In the far left, the American Elm known as the "Survivors' Tree" is now an iconic symbol of Oklahoma City's resilience following the bombing.
20 years later: Tulsa District engineers recall Oklahoma City Bombing, response
4/19/2015 9:32:00 PM
This photo, provided by Mark Burkholder, shows the damage to the structure of the Murrah Building following the April 19, 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City. Tulsa District structural engineers were dispatched to monitor the building for falling debris and movement.
20 Years Later: Tulsa District engineers recall Oklahoma City Bombing, response
4/19/2015 9:28:00 PM
John VanLeeuwen shoots a spot on the remains of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building with a transit. He is standing beneath the American Elm that became known as the "Survivors' Tree" in the weeks following the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19, 1995.
20 years later: Tulsa District engineers recall Oklahoma City Bombing, response
4/19/2015 9:24:00 PM
Tulsa District Reservoir Drought Map for April 9, 2015 shows three projects below 75 percent of conservation storage.
Chief of Water Management
4/9/2015 11:46:00 AM
As of 24 March, approximately 35% of the lower 48 states remained in some level of drought.  Our District, which includes the Red River and Arkansas River watersheds, varied from normal conditions in some eastern areas to the exceptional drought level in western portions.  Most of the District is at least abnormally dry now.
Reservoir Update April 1
4/2/2015 10:43:00 AM
Brig. Gen. David C. Hill, Southwestern Division Commander, Col. Richard A. Pratt, Tulsa District Commander are joined by members of the Canton community as they cut the ribbon to Canadian Campground "A" at Canton Lake, March 25.
Corps reopens tornado-damaged Oklahoma campground
3/27/2015 4:26:00 PM
Seventy-seven campsites with 50 amp electrical outlets, covered concrete pads and picnic tables will be available for guests at Canadian Campground "A" on Canton Lake.
Corps reopens tornado-damaged Oklahoma campground
3/27/2015 4:21:00 PM
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