Memphis Engineer District Commander Col. Zachary Miller recently visited Island 68, a project site in Arkansas, where he met with the district’s Bank Grading Unit and reviewed progress made at the site
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on an incident involving, among other things, a Kirby Inland Marine towboat captain with a high level of marijuana metabolites in his urine,
The gates of the Steele Bayou Control Structure, located approximately ten miles north of Vicksburg, Miss., were opened by the Vicksburg Engineer District on June 13. They had been been closed since
Covington, La., headquartered Zen-Noh Grain Corporation (ZGC), a subsidiary of the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations of Japan (Zen-Noh), has reached an agreement to acquire 35 operating U.S. grain origination elevators
A data-gathering nutrient sensor attached to the American Queen steamboat will, for the first time, allow scientists and cities to better understand the water quality along the entire length of the Mississippi
AUGUST 3, 2017—The Gulf of Mexico’s “Dead Zone” is growing and it’s the largest it has ever been—relatively the size of New Jersey—according to a team of scientists. The current Gulf of
JANUARY 4, 2016 — The U.S. Coast Guard this morning issued an update on the river closures, restrictions and advisories put in place in response to floods in the Midwest. The following
DECEMBER 27, 2012—Low water levels on the Mississippi River caused by a drought in the U.S. Midwest could force waterway commerce to a halt and have a major impact on the U.S.