Program for March 18, 2021

Beattyville, Ky., following heavy rains which caused the Kentucky River to flood, Tuesday, March 2, 2021. (Alex Slitz/Lexington Herald-Leader)

Flooding is Kentucky's most frequent and most costly natural disaster. A look at the impact and dynamics of  the late February-early March deluge that inundated Eastern Kentucky communities | Beattyville's Rupp Arena Connection | Summer festivals prepare for a return 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader 

David Hamilton, Kentucky River Authority 

Stuart Foster, Kentucky State Climatologist 

Lora Smith, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky 

Chris Ross, Executive Chef, Central Bank Center 

Alyssa Helton, Appalachian Media Institute

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  • Lany
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    The city engineer's department should start planning on what could have been the root of the flood, specially if it is suspected to be the irrigation system is the problem. Lany | [url=https://www.northshoregasfitters.info/]www.northshoregasfitters.info[/url]

    The city engineer's department should start planning on what could have been the root of the flood, specially if it is suspected to be the irrigation system is the problem.
    Lany | www.northshoregasfitters.info

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