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Iconic KNOE letters on facade after storm damage

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MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - The iconic KNOE letters are hanging back up on the studios after a December storm caused damage to the building.
Straight line winds blew through Monroe on December 21, 2013 causing major damage to multiple buildings and property in Monroe.

KNOE 8 News' Oliver Road studio suffered roof damage, as well as, it's four aluminum letters that are original to the building were torn off.

The letters were restored and repainted their iconic red and hoisted up by a crane today.

James A. Noe built KNOE 8 News over 60 years ago.  At one point the over-the-air tower in Riverton was one of the tallest structures in America.  It stands at 1989 feet tall, nearly 400 feet taller than the Empire State Building.
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