The city of Eureka is continuing to recover from a tornado.
An EF3 tornado struck the community in late June and caused widespread damage.
Repairs are continuing at the high school, and Eureka School District Superintendent Scott Hoyt says the building will be ready for the start of the new school year.
The high school’s football field remains heavily damaged, which means the football team will spend the 2018 season playing road games.
Source: MetroSource News
Photo Credit: KWCH Eyewitness News