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Flight Restrictions Over Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and Cooper Nuclear Station Are Still In Place

  The Federal Aviation Administration issued a temporary flight restriction over the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant until further notice due to “Hazards” on June 6, 2011. On June 7, 2011, the FAA issued the same restriction over the Cooper … Continue reading

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Cooper Nuclear Station to Begin Flooding Preparations

A flood warning has been issued by the government that will impact the Cooper Nuclear Station. As shown below in the alert, at  9:15 AM on July 6th, the water level was 41.1 feet. Cooper Nuclear Power Station begins flooding preparations at … Continue reading

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An Interesting Turn of Events for Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and Cooper Nuclear Station

The Army Corps of Engineers (COE) spokesman Erik Blechinger made the following statement concerning the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and the Cooper Nuclear Station: “Nebraska’s two nuclear plants aren’t being factored into the Army Corps of Engineers schedule of dam … Continue reading

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Who Is Really at Fault at Fort Calhoun?

The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Station shown above is currently shut down for refueling. Makeshift levees and a broken water berm have now led to water leaking into the plant. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had cited this plant in June, 2010 … Continue reading

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Cooper Nuclear Station Issues “Notification of Unusual Event” and Is Under a No Fly Zone

The Missouri River flooding has claimed another nuclear power plant. The Cooper Nuclear Station outside of Brownsville, NE has issued a “Notification of Unusual Event” on June 19th, 2011. As outlined below, this plant is still online until the water … Continue reading

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