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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 3, 2017, Galveston, TexasSunday september 3,2017 a a _ h 86 l 77 a a12 a $2 Charity upbeat temp pitches in at shelter for Harvey victims a9 g a l Vest o n c 0 u n t y Ole sail new the oldest newspaper a publishing since 1842 a Celk boating i 75 years a More teams get ready to return to the Field �b1 inside a refineries still shut Down or at reduced capacity a a3 Harvey unemployment a Isle tourism group shifts marketing after Harvey a a6many left without jobs in Wake of Hurricane Harvey by Matt Degro Odthe daily news if Only Gary Giamalva had. Known what was coming he might have put his tools up higher than he did. Hurricane Harvey hit like a ton of bricks battering Dickinson and surrounding communities with Days of relentless rain and flooding. Early estimates suggest More than 50 percent of Dickinson a Homes sustained severe damage director of Community development Zachary Meadows said. There is not yet an. Official total for How Many people in the area lost their jobs because of Hurricane Harvey but the Texas workforce commission has processed a total of42,262 claims Between aug. 25 and aug. 31, said Lisa Givens spokeswoman for the commission. Petes Barber shop which had existed in some form or other see Job a All Kelsey Walling the daily news from left Jesus Mcraie Jen Vassal and Gary Giamalva stand in Peters Barber shop off pm 517 in Dickinson on saturday. A three have been working to Salvage Pete s since the flood let upon wednesday. Harvey Rescue saw lie tee coming monday a Dickinson family finds Refuge in a Galveston vacation Home after experiencing terror during Hurricane Harvey. Harvey cleanup Kelsey Walling lie daily news a humorous homemade sign sits in debris in front of Cody and Roxanne Fuller s House in Dickinson on saturday. Debris removal issues cause t in Kelsey Walling the daily new Keith Corder drives his boat Down Dickinson Bayou to find anyone in need of Heip on aug. 27. Corder and his brother Dell spent hours looking for people to Rescue during Hurricane Harvey flooding. Scores of boat and truck owners came to the Rescue by Marissa Barnett the daily news a Dickinson Call them the Texas Navy the cajun Navy or just dudes with boats. Whatever you Call them they re the men and women who turned up by the dozens to Rescue thousands of county residents from flooded Homes and get them to dry ground. The massive loosely organized Rescue operation that ran More or less nonstop for most of last week have been possible without people in boats and High water trucks volunteering their time to get. People to safety county judge Mark Henry said. The deluge of Hurricane Harvey see Rescue a a8 by Marissa Barnett the daily news a Dickinson confusion about Hurricane Harvey debris removal plans was the source of frustration saturday in Dickinson As residents hauled flood damaged belongings off their lawns to a designated dump site along interstate 45. Debris trucks will begin making House to House trips starting this week but the City wanted to give residents Art option to dispose of ruined furniture earlier if they preferred sgt. Tim Corinie said. It could see debris a All Harvey disaster Relief most humbling things shipments of supplies Roll in from far Flung places by Valerie Wells the daily news a league City City manager John Baumgartner Rode an empty pallet Jack saturday like an Industrial skateboard through the vacant Kroger store on pm 518 on his Way to the loading Dock two 18-wheel trucks delivered pallets of supplies for disaster Relief in league City and More were coming mayor Pat Hallisey said. Volunteers loaded bedding diapers dog food and pret Zels bundled and wrapped in plastic and then they hauled the goods into the vacant store. Hurricane Harvey dumped a. Years Worth of rain in three Days on see supplies As Stuart Villanueva the daily news Richard Lay a truck Driver from Kansas City unloads donated supplies in the Back of a semitrailer at the former Kroger store on the Southeast Corner of interstate 45 and pm. 518 in league City on saturday. Index Abb bit lotto a2 markets c2 obits d5 opinion a10 sports 81 to bit pc \ vol. 175, no. 144 6 in ii. E 45485 cd a Flag or 00201

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