Three Weeks Later, Communities Remain Unified In Tornado Recovery Efforts

by Laura Ellis on March 25, 2012

It’s been just over three weeks since tornadoes struck Kentucky and Southern Indiana, killing several dozen people and injuring hundreds of others. On Friday’s State of the News, we got an update on recovery efforts and the lingering repercussions of the storm. Our guests were Jerod Clapp from the News and Tribune, and Anne Marshall, who wrote the cover story on this week’s LEO Weekly, reporting the storm’s damaging—and unifying—effects on the communities it hit.

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