Heavy snows close schools

They push back end of school year to late May or early June in area school districts

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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Heavy snow last week caused the awning over the walkway between the Decatur High School administration building and cafeteria to sag dangerously. Part of the awning was cut away so the snow could melt away in a controlled manner without doing any more damage. Yellow caution tape kept students away when school resumed on Monday.

Heavy snow last week caused the awning over the walkway between the Decatur High School administration building and cafeteria to sag dangerously. Part of the awning was cut away so the snow could melt away in a controlled manner without doing any more damage. Yellow caution tape kept students away when school resumed on Monday.
Photo by Janelle Jessen

Students were out of school again last week, after a two-foot-plus snow fell on the region Wednesday morning.


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