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After Deadly Tornadoes, Back To School In Piner, Ky.

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After Deadly Tornadoes, Back To School In Piner, Ky.

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After Deadly Tornadoes, Back To School In Piner, Ky.

After Deadly Tornadoes, Back To School In Piner, Ky.

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Renee Montagne speaks with Kim Banta, assistant superintendent of schools for Kenton County, Ky. The town of Piner, which is in Banta's school district, was one of the hardest hit by recent tornadoes: at least four people were killed. But many residents are trying to return to normal life Monday — and that includes going back to school.

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