Rubble of the Morgan County Board of Education offices is loaded on a truck Wednesday as cleanup from the March 2nd tornado in downtown West Liberty began this week. In the background is the Depression-era Community Center, which lost a roof during the storm. Photo by John Flavell
Rubble of the Morgan County Board of Education offices is loaded on a truck Wednesday as cleanup from the March 2nd tornado in downtown West Liberty began this week. In the background is the Depression-era Community Center, which lost a roof during the storm. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader
Rubble of the Morgan County Board of Education offices is loaded on a truck Wednesday as cleanup from the March 2nd tornado in downtown West Liberty began this week. In the background is the Depression-era Community Center, which lost a roof during the storm. Photo by John Flavell Herald-Leader

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