Shaken Vilonia eager for schools to reopen

Bells to ring first of week, district hopes

Posted: May 3, 2014 at 2:55 a.m.

Nabholz project manager Lance Wright (left) leads Micah Moore (center) and Ron Callan on a tour Friday of the tornado-damaged Vilonia Intermediate School, which had been under construction for more than a year. Plans call for starting over on the 95,000-square-foot building and rebuilding it in the same spot.

A red, white and green digital sign flashed a welcome message to visitors Friday at Vilonia High School — an indication that power has been restored to parts of the tornado-ravaged Faulkner County town.


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Vilonia High School soccer players gather at the school Friday to travel to a game in Nettleton despite missing the week of c... (By: Benjamin Krain)

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