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Snow and more snow

After years of drought, central Kansas was abundantly blessed with snow in the past week. While the moisture was appreciated, it caused snarled traffic, work schedules and school schedules for a few days.
City street crews deserve a big thank you for their tireless work this past week. They did a terrific job of cleaning the streets. Emergency personnel also deserve thanks for staying on duty during the worst of the storms and helping those in need.
Most people stayed home, snug in warm homes.
However, many kindnesses were conferred by generous residents of the area who had to get ...

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