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‘Kentucky Edition’ features stories from floods in Eastern Kentucky


‘Kentucky Edition’ features stories from floods in Eastern Kentucky

For Release: 01/23/23 12:47 PM

Kentucky Edition this week features a special slate of stories from Eastern Kentucky, revisiting communities left reeling in the wake of flooding.

Segments on the flooding will air on Wednesday through Friday this week at 6:30/5:30 pm on KET and at 11/10 pm on KET2. Kentucky Edition also may be streamed on-demand at or on the PBS Video app.

The schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, Jan. 25
How Eastern Kentucky is addressing damaged infrastructure
The story of an Eastern Kentucky couple whose bridge to their property was washed away and how they coped

Thursday, Jan. 26
How Eastern Kentucky is addressing the housing crisis
Many displaced Eastern Kentucky residents are living in trailers and cabins at the Jenny Wiley State Resort Park

Friday, Jan. 27
A Perry County woman travels to Knott County each day to serve free meals to those in need
Flooding damage to historical documents and photographs has communities scrambling to preserve their Appalachian heritage and records.

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Elizabeth Greenfield
Director of Marketing and Communications