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Representatives from the city of Beaver Creek meet Tuesday morning with Federal Emergency Management Agency officials at the Rock County Law Enforcement Center in Luverne. Pictured are Beaver Creek Mayor Carolyn DeBoer, from left, City Clerk Jane Blank and Highway Maintenance Supervisor Lloyd DeBoer seated across from FEMA officials Bob Lynn and Don Halgeson. (Forum News Service photo by Julie Buntjer/Worthington Daily Globe)

FEMA begins to tally damage in southwestern Minn. counties

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By Julie Buntjer

Forum News Service

LUVERNE — Federal and state disaster officials conducted preliminary damage assessments Tuesday in southwestern Minnesota in the wake of flooding in mid-June.
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