Baker High gets $5M grant for flood repairs
BAKER - One of many schools damaged in the historic 2016 flood will soon benefit from a $5 million FEMA grant.
According to a release from Senator John Kennedy, the money was awarded to the City of Baker School System in order to fund repairs to Baker High School.
Kennedy says the school sustained significant damage in the August 2016 flood, calling the incoming repairs "long overdue".
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