FEMA opens a disaster center in Powderly, Kentucky. They set up Monday, giving tornado victims a chance to apply for the help they need. FEMAs Disaster recovery center Manager, Todd Bass says they can offer homeowners SBA low interest rate loans and renters can get actual cash. Bass says more than 280 homes and businesses are damaged throughout the county. They are hoping to get all of them to register, get an inspector to their home, and get them the money they need. Renters can get up to 28, 800 dollars and homeowners with insurance can get some money as well. FEMA officials say they plan to be at the mobile location through the weekend. The deadline for registration is in April, 60 days after February 21st, thats when president bush made the federal disaster declaration. To contact them call 1-800-621-FEMA or visit online at www.fema.gov.