Wolfe County High School reopens after being damaged by storms

An Eastern Kentucky high school is open again after being severely damaged by hail on March 2nd.

Wolfe County High School re-opened on Thursday.

Superintendent Kenny Bell says the roof on the school has thousands of holes and millions of dollars in damage.

He says the hail also damaged most of their fleet of school buses, leaving them at one point with just two.

Only half of the school is being used right now.

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