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If you are a victim of Friday night's tornadoes and storm damage, there are local areas opening up as shelters. The information below was supplied to us by the agency listed. Some information may be dated as circumstances change. We will work to update the information in a timely manner.

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Drivers should know that the intersections within the reopened area are all-way stops until KYTC provides further notice. The cabinet also advises drivers to watch out for traffic flow changes the reopening will cause in downtown Mayfield, and exercise caution when driving in that area. 

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Organizers with Homes and Hope for Kentucky say they plan to rebuild at least 100 more homes for tornado survivors as part of their long-term recovery plan.

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When the Dec. 10-11 tornado outbreak caused widespread destruction in Kentucky, the town of Princeton wasn't spared from the storm's path. Leaders say the ongoing rebuilding efforts are going to take time. Foundations are being laid and people are coming together in support.

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Interpersonal, computer and time management skills are just some of the qualifications needed to be a case manager for the Mayfield-Graves County Long Term Recovery Group. The group is calling more than 4,000 FEMA applicants, and they need help from the community.

Since the tornado, Mayfield residents have had to travel to post office locations in Hickory, Sedalia, Farmington or Wingo to utilize USPS retail services, and Mayfield Post Office employees have had to travel to the Paducah Processing and Distribution Facility to report to work. That will change on Monday.