Lincoln County Emergency Management accepts volunteers to work prior, during, and post emergencies. We also accept volunteers that are interested in working on daily projects. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this form and email it to jsharp@lcmoema.com or mail it to 250 W College St., Troy MO 63379.

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Earlier today school officials, emergency responders, public health officials, hospitals, and other stakeholders from Lincoln, Warren, and Pike Counties met to participate in the SEMA (State Emergency Management Agency) Region "C" North School Recovery Tabletop Exercise. This discussion-based exercise involved participants discussing how their schools (and communities) would recover in the minutes, hours, days, weeks, and longer following an active shooter event.

Special thanks to Sheila Huddleston and Steve Besemer from SEMA for conducting the exercise, and to the Lincoln County R-III School District for being such gracious hosts.
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Thank you to Winfield R-IV School District Superintendent Daniel Williams, Assistant Superintendent Chris Mitchell, and the Board of Education for inviting me to provide an introduction and agency overview at last night's meeting. I'm grateful for your hospitality, and proud to serve the people of Lincoln County.

Jim Sharp, MPCP
Lincoln County Emergency Management Director
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SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK: The Storm Prediction Center is indicating a slight risk of severe weather, especially late this evening and overnight tonight, for Lincoln and many of our neighboring counties (image courtesy of the National Weather Service).

The primary threats from any storms that do develop appear to be large hail and damaging winds; tornado development is also a possibility, but less likely.

We urge you to heed this outlook, and not allow yourself to be surprised by the approach or development of severe weather. Pay attention to your surroundings, know where your severe weather shelter area is, and make sure the system(s) or device(s) you use to receive emergency information are working properly.
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