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  • February

    Fishtrap Lake Cleanup Continues

    Recent flood events have left Fishtrap Lake in Shelbiana, Ky., with a large amount of drift and debris to remove. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Pike County have worked together to remove that material, and so far more than 2,000 cubic yards of drift and more than 200 cubic yards of trash has been removed.
  • Wren Wilson Awarded Bronze de Fleury Medal upon Retirement

    Wren Wilson was awarded the Bronze de Fleury Medal at a ceremony marking her retirement from the Corps of Engineers. Colonel Jason Evers presented Wren with a number of awards to include the de Fleury Medal
  • Save a Life - Burnsville Lake Recycle a Life Jacket January 2020 Campaign

    Huntington District, Kanawha Area, Burnsville Lake Ranger Lisa Hess launched the Save A Life – Burnsville Lake Recycle A Life Jacket Campaign January 1st, 2020. The campaign ran for the entire month. The purpose was to kick off the year with the community thinking about and being aware of water safety, by helping to “Fill the BOAT” with new, used, slightly used and very, very well loved life jackets.
  • Congratulations Kayla and Audrea!

    Audrea O'Quinn was promoted to Resource Manager at Fishtrap Lake and Kayla Price has been promoted to Resource Manager at Dewey Lake.
  • Emergency Lift Gate Removal

    A crew from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes and Ohio River Division’s Heavy Capacity Repair Fleet from the Huntington District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers uses the USACE Floating crane HENRY M. SHREVE to remove an emergency lift gate from the Lake Barkley Lock.