Archive: July, 2012
  • PA12-54 Huntington District Announces New Public Web Site

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Web site gets new look; Web links changing Huntington, W. Va. – The
  • PA12-55 Branham Farm Wildlife Viewing at John W. Flannagan Lake

    Volunteers Work to Increase Wildlife Viewing OpportunitiesHuntington, W.Va…. Wildlife viewing and
  • PA12-53 Corps Welcomes New Deputy

    The Huntington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomed Lt. Col. William (Bill) M. Reding as he assumes his duties as Deputy Commander. He acts as Chief of Staff and ensures sound management of the District's $225 million operating budget, and directs all aspects of support for the district.
  • PA12-52 Change of Command

    Today, at the Huntington City Hall Auditorium, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District conducted a change of command ceremony. Col. Robert Peterson transferred command of the District to Col. Steven McGugan. The ceremony was presided over by Brig. Gen. Margaret Burcham, Commanding General of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • PA12-49 Corps Urges Safety on the Water

    There have been several accidental drownings in the Tri-State area this summer, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, as the nation's largest federal provider of water-based outdoor recreation, is urging everyone to take water safety seriously.
  • PA12-45 Mountain Lakes Festival in Sutton

    Sutton, W.Va… The Fifth Annual Mountain Lakes Festival will be held July 20-22, 2012, at the Bee Run Day Use Area at Sutton Lake in Sutton, W.Va.
  • PA12-44 East Lynn Lake Campground Reopens

    East Lynn, W.Va… East Lynn Lake’s East Fork Campground is back to normal operations a week after storms tore through the region. Electricity and water services have been restored and restrooms are open for use again.
  • PA12-42 Recent Storm Closes Some Corps Recreation Facilities-jws

    Huntington, W.Va. – The severe storm that moved through the region Friday caused varying degrees of damage to many Huntington District recreation facilities. Some camp grounds and marinas have experienced the loss of electrical and basic hygiene facilities. These outages have caused some facilities to close until services are restored. The Corps of Engineers is working with local utility services to reopen the facilities as soon as possible.