U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

They construct lighthouses, build piers, clear sandbars, and help in times of natural disaster, including work on flood prevention. They construct military bases and hospitals, and for the past 200 years have helped river traffic naviagate the Falls of the Ohio. They are the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and while we may hear a lot about them when levies are in the news, their mission goes beyond what we read in the headlines. This Tuesday we’ll learn more about the Corps and its history.  Listen to the Show

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Portion Of Wolf Creek Dam Repairs Suspended

By Dan Modlin, Kentucky Public Radio Part of the Wolf Creek Dam safety project in southern Kentucky remains on hold after monitoring equipment detected movement and increased hydrostatic pressure this week. Project Manager David Hendrix of the Army Corps of Engineers says the monitoring equipment is doing its job. “The instrumentation is doing exactly what… Continue reading Portion Of Wolf Creek Dam Repairs Suspended