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MARYVILLE, MO (2012-01-20)
Millions of dollars have just been freed up to help communities and landowners along the Missouri River recover from flooding.
Missouri will receive more than 49 million dollars in all 35 million from the emergency watershed program and 14 million from the farm service agency. US Department of Agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack says the government funding should help river bottom farmers in particular.
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