New Mexico tribe slowly recovers after hailstorm wrecked homes
It looks like Kewa Pueblo in New Mexico is getting back on its feet after a major hailstorm.

The October 2 storm damaged 600 homes on the reservation. A number of families were forced to move due to crumbling structures and rapidly developing mold.

Most of the affected families have been able to move back. But some of the more severely damaged homes still need work.

The tribe says it will cost $2 million to fix all of the homes. Donations can be made to the Kewa Relief Fund at Wells Fargo bank. Supplies can be sent to the Kewa Pueblo Community Center on the reservation.

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Pueblo moving toward recovery after storm (The Santa Fe New Mexican 11/11)

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