FALMOUTH, Ky. -- All that is left of Wyatt's Super Valu here is the shell of the building. Floodwaters, which have plagued the Ohio River Valley this month and devastated this northern Kentucky town, rose 7 feet above floor level. "About the only thing that was left, that was not damaged, was the ceiling and the wiring in the ceiling," said Gary Bumgardner, director of customer service, for Supervalu's Central region. Supervalu, a voluntary wholesaler, services independently owned Super ...

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