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The Picher area became the most productive lead-zinc mining field in the Tri-State district, producing over billion worth of ore between 19.More than fifty percent of the lead and zinc metal used during World War I were produced by the Picher district.With an emergency generator to supply power, rural water staff had the system running normally only two days after the tornado struck.By June 29, 2009, all of the residents had been given federal checks to enable them to relocate from Picher permanently.By March 2014, standing abandoned buildings included the Picher-Cardin High School building, a Disciples of Christ church, the mining museum, and a handful of mercantile buildings, as well as numerous abandoned houses.The municipality of Picher was officially dissolved on November 26, 2013.The population plummeted from 1,640 at the 2000 census to 20 at the 2010 census.
Staff from the Oklahoma Rural Water Association arrived to assist, since the utility's testing equipment was destroyed by the storm.
Starting in January 2011, almost all remaining commercial structures were scheduled to be demolished.
Gary Linderman, owner of the Old Miner's Pharmacy, said he would stay until the last resident left.
The tornado first touched down near the Kansas–Oklahoma border in Oklahoma southwest of Chetopa, Kansas, and tracked eastward. The tornado continued eastward, passing just north of Quapaw and Peoria before crossing Interstate 44 into Missouri.
It struck Picher, causing extensive damage to 20 blocks of the city, with houses and businesses destroyed or flattened. Given the existing plan to vacate the city, the federal government decided against aid to rebuild homes, and the buyouts continued as previously scheduled, with people being assisted in relocation.
Except for some historic structures, the rest of the town's buildings were scheduled to be demolished by the end of the year.