2011-03-24 / Front Page

LAST BLAST



A motorist tries to free his vehicle after not quite making it all the way into a driveway on M-55 Wednesday morning. County residents were greeted with six or more inches of snow which began to fall at around 11 p.m. Tuesday and had not stopped as of around 1 p.m. Wednesday, leaving more than eight inches on the ground in some areas. The National Weather Service office in Gaylord predicted snow accumulation between three and seven inches for the rest of the day on Wednesday. (Photo by Thomas Reznich) A motorist tries to free his vehicle after not quite making it all the way into a driveway on M-55 Wednesday morning. County residents were greeted with six or more inches of snow which began to fall at around 11 p.m. Tuesday and had not stopped as of around 1 p.m. Wednesday, leaving more than eight inches on the ground in some areas. The National Weather Service office in Gaylord predicted snow accumulation between three and seven inches for the rest of the day on Wednesday. (Photo by Thomas Reznich)

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