Nixon to View Flood Damage in Northwestern Mo.
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - Gov. Jay Nixon is making another trip to northwestern Missouri to survey damage from a summer of flooding.
The governor planned visits Monday to the small community of Watson, near the Iowa border, and the town of Craig farther south. Craig was especially hard-hit by flooding from the Missouri River.
Nixon also planned to discuss the rebuilding of levees damaged by the prolonged flood.
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