Elementary School in West Liberty Reopens

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/10 3:36 pm
An elementary school ravaged by a massive tornado in 2012 has reopened its doors to students and faculty.

The newly named Wrigley Elementary welcomed kids and educators on Friday, nearly two years after a twister devastated the West Liberty community.

Although West Liberty still bears some scars from the powerful storm, the new school marks big step in the town's recovery.
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