Archive: August, 2014
  • August

    Burnsville Lake Open House

    Burnsville Lake hosted approximately 200 visitors during its Open House on Aug. 31, 2014.
  • Remote Operator Training

    What could be better than training for underwater work - without having to jump in the water? Alan Clark, Paul Barry, Mike Barry and Jacob Pauley did just that as they took Remote Operator Vehicle training in Teays Valley, W.Va. The ROVs are used to examine underwater locations for safety and to see if divers are needed. (Photos by Jacon Pauley)
  • Bolivar Stands Tall

    The Huntington District hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Bolivar Dam seepage barrier in Bolivar, Ohio, on Aug. 27, 2014, to mark the beginning of the construction that is designed to limit seepage under and around the dam. It’s part of the efforts to reduce risk as part of the Dam Safety Assurance Program. The $4.3 million project will begin in earnest and is expected to be complete within the next four years.
  • Dewey Lake’s 15th Annual Youth Squirrel Hunt

    The 15th Annual Youth Squirrel Hunt, hosted at Dewey Lake in Van Lear, Ky., began August 15, 2014, as 61 youth participants between the ages of 4 to 15 took part.