PIONEER VILLAGE – It was nearly 17 years ago when a tornado swept through northern Bullitt County and Mount Washington.
Since that day, the city of Pioneer Village has gradually gotten back to normal. Homes were rebuilt and most residents returned to the community.
But a lingering reminder of that horrific election night storm has been a debt to remove the tornado debris.
Next summer, the city of Pioneer Village is hoping to celebrate two occasions – the community’s 40th birthday and the retirement of its tornado debt.
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