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BARABOO, Wis. (AP) -- Nearly a year after heavy rainfall flooded much of southern Wisconsin, officials in Sauk and Columbia counties say some residents still need help. About 1,700 people there signed up for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA. Workers estimate about 10 percent still need financial or structural assistance. Baraboo Police Chief Dennis Kluge says one case involves a woman with multiple sclerosis. After FEMA left, her basement wall began sagging, and she was too overwhelmed by paperwork to seek help. Now volunteers are combing FEMA lists looking for people who still need aid. The flooding ...
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