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After the dust settles

Mark Warde


Don’t blame Stephanie Parker if she relates well to bronco buster experiencing a wild ride right out of

the chute. Approaching a year as the Ellis County’s coordinator of emergency management, she has

already seen the area declared a disaster zone due to several floods and a tornado at the end of


“I haven’t had time to think about it,” she said, “I’ve been too busy.”

The recent E-3 twister that struck near Red Oak revealed the best in area residents and those who

specialize in critical situations.

“Damage in Ellis County was devastating to those neighborhoods and residents who were affected,”

said Parker. “Although the community came together quickly to respond, they continue to be here to

assist us in recovery.


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