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“It was like a story from the Bible,” Morehead Pastor Billy Noble, on helping Eastern KY flood victims

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Jessica Short
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Volunteers from Farmers Christian Church helping flood victims in Letcher County

Stabilization efforts are now underway in eastern Kentucky more than a week after flood waters devastated communities. As part of that effort, an outpouring of support has been streaming in from volunteer groups. In this Today’s Interview, WEKU’s Stan Ingold speaks with a pastor from northeastern Kentucky with roots in the flood ravaged area and his efforts to help.

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Stan Ingold is WEKU's News Director. He has worked in public broadcasting for 18 years, starting at Morehead State Public Radio before spending the past 10 years at Alabama Public Radio. Stan has been honored with numerous journalism awards for his public radio reporting.
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