Doug Fox

North Central Nebraska Emergency Manager covering 5 counties measuring over 600 miles. Has experienced 19 disaster declarations ranging from tornados, blizzards, wildland fires, and most recent flooding. During the March ’19 storm, he was experiencing a blizzard in his west counties and major flooding in his eastern counties simultaneously.

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EP 86 The Amazing Secrets of a Weatherman

This week we talk to Alex Tardy of the National Weather Service about the weather. Weather is always an issue during an emergency and having a connection to the NWS is a great way to serve your community. Alex brings years of experience to the table when we talk weather.

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I’d Podcast That

I’m guessing you’ve had. The conversation goes something like this. I’ve got a great idea for a podcast. Maybe you had this conversation with yourself. Thoughts in the head, maybe you entrusted this information with a family member or friend. You jump online, you read a few blog posts, they reinforce your thoughts.

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Insights of a FEMA Administrator

are they EOCs or are they multi-agency coordination centers, and I tried to differentiate, and an EOC is where the elected authority and who is authorized to execute that authority in an emergency…

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