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CORPS TO OPEN REMAINING PARKS ON TABLE ROCK LAKE MAY 15
BRANSON, Mo. – The Army Corps of Engineers on Table Rock Lake will open their second round of campgrounds May 1. These parks include Aunts Creek, Baxter, Big M, Eagle Rock, and Viola. Moonshine Beach day use area will open May 15.
MKARNS Nav Notice SWL 19-15 Tow Haulage Out of Service - Col. Charles D. Maynard Lock (No. 5) NM 86.3
MKARNS - Tow haulage equipment at Colonel Charles D. Maynard Lock (No. 5) NM 86.3 is out of service.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 19-14 Murray Lock (No. 7) NM 125.4 Tow Haulage Equipment Back in Service
MKARNS - Tow haulage equipment at Murray Lock (No. 7) has been returned to service.
MKARNS Nav Notice No. SWL 19-13 Murray Lock (No. 7) NM 125.4 Tow Haulage Equipment Out of Service
MKARNS - Tow haulage equipment at Murray Lock (No. 7) is out of service.
CORPS BEGINS SPILLWAY RELEASES AT BEAVER LAKE
ROGERS, Ark. – The Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District will open four of the seven spillway gates one foot at Beaver Dam by 10 a.m. this morning for a 3,500 cubic feet per second release. Currently both hydropower units are off-line for repairs.
Corps issues small craft advisory for Arkansas River
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Army Corps of Engineers issued a small craft advisory for the Arkansas River. Recent rains in Oklahoma and Arkansas have caused flows to rise. During high flows, strong currents and large debris can threaten the safety of pleasure craft.
CORPS LIFTS SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR ARKANSAS RIVER
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Army Corps of Engineers has lifted the small craft advisory for the Arkansas River. Advisories are issued when flows reach 70,000 cubic feet per second. Even though flows have receded below that threshold, Corps officials urge boaters to always use caution when on the river.
CORPS TO INCREASE SPILLWAY RELEASE FROM GREERS FERRY DAM
HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. -- The Army Corps of Engineers will again increase spillway releases April 10 from Greers Ferry Dam as part of the ongoing effort to evacuate water captured during recent heavy rains.
CORPS INCREASES SPILLWAY RELEASE FROM GREERS FERRY DAM
HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. -- The Army Corps of Engineers will increase spillway releases April 9 from Greers Ferry Dam as part of the ongoing effort to evacuate water captured during recent heavy rains.
Corps issues small craft advisory for portion of Arkansas River
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Army Corps of Engineers issues a small craft advisory for the Arkansas River beginning at Murray Lock and Dam and continuing downstream. Recent rains in Arkansas and Oklahoma have caused flows to rise. During high flows, strong currents and large debris can threaten the safety of pleasure craft.