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As Wars Wind Down, Depot Left Without Work

By Matt Laslo, WEKU News The Blue Grass Army Depot is preparing for further troop reductions, which has Kentucky lawmakers and business leaders in the region worried. WEKU Correspondent Matt Laslo reports from Washington. A perfect storm is brewing around the Bluegrass Army Depot. The economy in the state is already depressed …

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Sun Safety Tips

Sun Safety Tips: Protecting your skin from the sun’s damaging rays is vital for a number of important health reasons. Here are the top ten steps you can take to protect your health.   When possible, avoid outdoor activities during the hours between 10 AM and 4 PM, when the …

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“EXTREME HEAT”

Heat kills by pushing the human body beyond its limits. In extreme heat and high humidity, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. Most heat disorders occur because the victim has been overexposed to heat or has over-exercised for his or her …

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Nerve Agent Rocket Disassembly Machine

The machine should be arriving at the end of May. During BGCAPP plant operations, the remote-controlled Rocket Cutting Machine will safely separate the rocket motor from the warhead section. The rocket warhead, contains the agent and explosives. The machine will reside in the Munitions Demilitarization Building (MDB). This is a …

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Lightning!

Here is how to protect yourself from lightning when working outdoors during stormy weather: Stay away from bodies of water. Do not use any plug-in power tools or machines. Do not stand by metal  objects, pipes, light poles, door frames, metal fences or communication towers. Find shelter other than a …

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DUCK, COVER AND HOLD

Just remember these 3 simple words in the event of an earthquake. You want to DUCK under sturdy furniture, etc. then COVER,  your head with you arm to protect it and then HOLD on until the shaking from the quake is over.

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Winter Driving Tips

For many drivers, navigating on snow and ice is cause for alarm. Few are educated and practiced in how to drive in heavy rain or on slippery surfaces. And, much confusion prevails. So when the weather turns foul, remember these driving tips to steer clear of trouble: Adjust your speed …

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Earthquake Plan

TIF California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services The Plan Get what you need and make your emergency suppliers kit Decide where and when to reunite your family if you are separated.  Choose a person outside the immediate area to contact.  Long distance phone service will probably be restored sooner than …

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Winter Weather Safety

Be prepared everyone is potentially at risk during winter storms. Listen to NOAA weather radio or commercial radio/television to stay informed about winter storm watches, warnings and advisories. Most fatalities are indirectly related to the storm. People die from traffic accidents on icy roads, hypothermia from prolonged exposure to cold, and heart …

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