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Corps increases releases due to cold temperatures; normal runoff forecast for 2015

Omaha, Neb. — The U.S Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Missouri River Water Management Office

Corps reduces Missouri River dam releases to winter levels

Omaha, Neb. — As part of the normal operation of the Mainstem Reservoir System, the U.S. Army Corps

Corps reduces releases from Missouri River dams due to lower runoff

Omaha, Neb. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Missouri River Basin Water Management

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Futures in engineering begin in middle school

Take 35 enthusiastic middle school students, mix in a natural resource specialist, a biologist, an engineer and the backdrop of the Missouri River, with a barge and a dredger, and you get an education for our students, one STEM at a time.

Exercising Safety: Bear Creek, Cherry Creek and Chatfield dams catch floodwaters while reducing flooding risks

A stalled front brings record rainfall to the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The runoff brings a surge of water through canyons and foothills and into major population centers of central Colorado. But, this surge of water happened only in a virtual environment. During the week of Aug. 19, several employees from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District participated in a safety exercise focused on Cherry Creek Dam and Reservoir near Denver, Colo. – or more to the point, in the middle of the Denver metropolitan area.

FEST-A Moves Out

On Sept. 28 the 34th Engineer Detachment, Forward Engineer Support Team (Advance), cased its colors

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