This is the new $12 million Renaissance Learning Center in Floyd County, built by the Army Corps of Engineers, that can’t open because of a water pressure problem
This is the new $12 million Renaissance Learning Center in Floyd County, built by the Army Corps of Engineers, that can’t open because of a water pressure problem U.S. Corps of Engineers
This is the new $12 million Renaissance Learning Center in Floyd County, built by the Army Corps of Engineers, that can’t open because of a water pressure problem U.S. Corps of Engineers

Staff writer Valarie Honeycutt Spears covers K-12 education, social issues and other topics. She is a Lexington native with southeastern Kentucky roots.

Will Wright is a corps member with Report for America, an initiative of the GroundTruth Project. Based in Pikeville, Wright joined the Herald-Leader in January 2018 and reports on Eastern Kentucky.