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  1. Pets take the bus for Buckeye Lake drillRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily-Jeff.com

    Residents and volunteers brought pets, including a baby goat, with them during an evacuation drill Saturday at central Ohio's Buckeye Lake, as emergency responders practiced procedures they plan to use if the lake's deteriorated dam fails. The drill focused on a neighborhood along the lake of mostly older residents living in mobile homes and recreational vehicles, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

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  2. Small-Scale Evacuation Drill At Buckeye LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WBNS

    The Saturday morning drill was critical after a recent report revealed the Buckeye Lake Dam is at risk of catastrophic failure. People who call Buckeye Lake home say they've been preparing for the worst if there was a breach at the dam.

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  3. Buckeye Lake Evacuation DrillRead the original story

    Saturday | Whiznews.com

    When you hear that sound It means one thing... For the residents of Buckeye Lake Estates the time has come to evacuate their homes and head for safety. Today Licking and Fairfield Counties Emergency Management teams in association with other local law enforcement agencies and the American Red Cross got together to stage an emergency evacuation drill in the hopes of further educating the public and raising awareness when it come to these kind of situations.

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  4. Many opt out of Buckeye Lake evacuation drillRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Columbus Dispatch

    John Wieber of the Licking County Emergency Management Agency directs volunteers to busses that will take them to "safety" during a drill at Buckeye Lake to test evacuation procedures in case the dam breaks. The bacon sizzling on the stove, Mark Newman watched as emergency responders fanned out across his Buckeye Lake neighborhood this morning in a practice evacuation drill.

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  5. Ohio's Buckeye Lake has small-scale evacuation drillRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WBNS

    A small-scale evacuation drill is among the ways officials are reviewing emergency procedures at central Ohio's Buckeye Lake after warnings that its deteriorated dam could fail. An Ohio Emergency Management Agency spokesman says Saturday's evacuation exercise was planned to focus on populations with special needs, such as the elderly and residents bringing pets.

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  6. Ohioa s Buckeye Lake Has Small-scale Evacuation DrillRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | TheCourier.com

    A small-scale evacuation drill is among the ways officials are reviewing emergency procedures at central Ohio's Buckeye Lake after warnings that its deteriorated dam could fail.

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  7. Buckeye Lake Prepares For Disaster Drill SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WBNS

    It's been a little more than six weeks since a report revealed the Buckeye Lake dam is at risk of catastrophic failure. Since then, emergency management officials and first responders have been working to develop an evacuation plan.

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  8. Taxpayers should not have to repair lakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... Nancy Grilli's Wednesday letter " Tourists won't want to visit dried-up lake ." So, she has a summer cottage on Buckeye Lake? I have a cottage as well, although it also serves as my fall, winter and spring cottage. I'm sure most Ohioans feel the ...

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  9. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | WFMJ-TV Youngstown

    ... eas with $3.5 million over the two-year budget. Provides $10 million to begin work on the rehabilitation of the Buckeye Lake dam, which the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers has said is in danger of collapse.

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  10. Key elements of the Ohio House's version of the state budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | WTOV9

    ... s with $3.5 million over the two-year budget. --Provides $10 million to begin work on the rehabilitation of the Buckeye Lake dam, which the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers has said is in danger of collapse.

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  11. Tourists won't want to visit dried-up lakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | The Columbus Dispatch

    ... " Signs of hope ahead? " with bewildered amusement. The state is appropriating $1 million to promote tourism on Buckeye Lake? It hopes to attract canoers and kayakers? We have had a summer cottage on Buckeye Lake for 45 years. We own four kayaks, ...

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  12. 'Surf Ohio' shirt gets Buckeye Lake updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Traxler Custom Printing has come up with a limited edition "Surf Ohio Save Buckeye Lake 2015" shirt, in a bow to the imperiled lake and its deteriorating, 177-year-old dam. Appropriately, Traxler owner Zach Traxler is the son of Ron Kaplan, who created the original " Surf Ohio" T-shirt in 1978.

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  13. Ohio announces speed zone to ease Buckeye Lake navigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Daily-Jeff.com

    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources continues to implement new policies at Buckeye Lake, where officials have warned a deteriorating dam could fail. The department announced it will implement a speed zone on the western portion of the central Ohio lake, with boaters allowed to navigate the water at greater than idle speed.

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  14. Buckeye Lake Residents Discover Dozens Of Dead FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | WBNS

    ... of fish down there you can see." "sadness, very sad," she said. "Look at our fish, look at our lake. What is Buckeye Lake going to become when this is all gone?" Mogan says the culprit is the spillway. He believes once the water stopped, there's now ...

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  15. Buckeye Lake promotion is waste of moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Columbus Dispatch

    In response to the Thursday Dispatch article "Signs of hope ahead?" I had to laugh when I read that the state of Ohio plans to spend $1 million to promote Buckeye Lake. Even years before it was determined the dam was unsafe and the water level was ordered to be held at unusable levels, Buckeye Lake has been used as a septic-tank leech bed for the hundreds of properties lining the lake banks with aged, crushed and cracked septic tanks and piping.

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  16. State announces speed zone to ease Buckeye Lake navigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Daily Record

    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources continues to implement new policies at Buckeye Lake, where federal officials have warned a deteriorating dam could fail. The department announced Friday it will implement a speed zone on the western portion of the central Ohio lake, with boaters allowed to navigate the water at greater than idle speed.

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  17. Boating Season Off To Rough Start On Buckeye LakeRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 18 | WBNS

    "It is an excellent lake to fish and boat on, but right now this is the worst I've ever seen it in my life," he said. Collins traveled from Whitehall for his first fishing trip of the season, but getting the boat in Buckeye Lake was a challenge.

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  18. Ohio Announces Speed Zone To Ease Buckeye Lake NavigationRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 18 | TheCourier.com

    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources continues to implement new policies at Buckeye Lake, where federal officials have warned a deteriorating dam could fail.

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  19. New rules this summer for boating on Buckeye LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WTVN-AM Columbus

    With the lower water levels on Buckeye Lake this summer, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources is setting new rules for boats and water sports. Officials say there will be a designated Speed Zone, on the west side of the lake, for boats with motors to go above idle speed.

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  20. ODNR: Buckeye Lake UpdateRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Whiznews.com

    In an effort to increase safety awareness and promote recreational opportunity at Buckeye Lake, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources is altering its boating rules for Buckeye Lake while it is being managed at a winter pool elevation. ODNR has designated and will properly mark a specific Speed Zone area on the western portion of the lake to allow boaters to operate their powercraft at greater than idle speed.

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