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MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-37 Caution Advisory NM 180
MKARNS - Mariners are advised that a shoal has been reported in the vicinity of NM 180, approximately 3 miles upstream of Arthur V. Ormond Lock & Dam (No. 9).
Wearing a life jacket takes the ‘Dark Alleys’ out of boating
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. –Pop quiz. Which is more dangerous, walking down a dark alley just after midnight or skimming the surface of a lake in a motor boat on a sunny afternoon? Answer. One may be as bad as the other if you don’t wear a life jacket when you boat.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-36 Lock 8 Tow Haulage Equipment Out of Service
MKARNS - Tow haulage equipment at Toad Suck Ferry Lock (No. 8) NM 155.9 is out of service. Double cut tows will have to be locked the conventional way (without the use of tow haulage). The length of downtime is currently unknown.
Sheppard Island Park to reopen prior to Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza
PINE BLUFF, Ark. - The Army Corps of Engineers will reopen Sheppard Island Park, adjacent to Emmett Sanders Lock and Dam near Pine Bluff, Ark., on June 28, one day prior to the start of the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-35 Safety Zone July 4 (NM 118.8 - NM 119.5) for Fireworks Display
MKARNS - To ensure the safety of life and property during the Pops on the River fireworks display in Little Rock, AR, a safety zone will be established by the Coast Guard for the Arkansas River from mile marker 118.8 to mile marker 119.5.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-34 Possible Delays David D. Terry Lock (No. 6) NM 108.1
MKARNS - Mariners are advised that intermittent delays may be experienced, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily, June 29 through July 1 at David D. Terry Lock (No. 6) NM 108.1.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-33 Dardanelle Lock (No. 10) Closure Dates
Dardanelle Lock (No. 10) NM 205.5 will be closed to navigation traffic on the following dates for the action listed below.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 18-32 Restricted Zone Advisory NM 289 – NM 292.8
MKARNS - A Military Exercise “Restricted Zone” will close the Arkansas River (NM 289.0 to NM 292.8) to all traffic from 4 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 25.
CORPS REOPENS SWIM BEACH ON BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE
HAVANA, Ark. – The Corps of Engineers, Nimrod-Blue Mountain Project Office announces that Waveland Swim Beach on Blue Mountain Lake has been retested and officials have determined that it is safe for public use.
ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CLEARWATER LAKE ANNOUNCES A BLACK RIVER CLEANUP
PIEDMONT, Mo. – The Clearwater Lake Army Corps of Engineers, the Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri Department Of Natural Resources and League of Watershed Guardians have teamed up again and are seeking volunteers and sponsors to pitch in for a two-day clean up on June 16 and 17 to help clean up the Black River.