SNOWED IN

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  • SNOWED IN
    SNOWED IN
  • Plastic bags made for makeshift snowshoes to keep feet dry in the snow. Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
    Plastic bags made for makeshift snowshoes to keep feet dry in the snow. Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
  • Wind blows the American flag after the heavy snow Monday. Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
    Wind blows the American flag after the heavy snow Monday. Staff photos by Todd Kleiboer
  • Local kids enjoy the powerdy snow covering the Sulphur Springs square. CourtesyNatalie Estrada
    Local kids enjoy the powerdy snow covering the Sulphur Springs square. CourtesyNatalie Estrada
  • Brody and Brady Willis Courtesy/Holli Willis
    Brody and Brady Willis Courtesy/Holli Willis
  • The Baxter kids get ready to play in the snow. Courtesy/Brittany Baxter
    The Baxter kids get ready to play in the snow. Courtesy/Brittany Baxter
  • Snow blanketed Arbala Road Monday. Courtesy/Kortney Melton
    Snow blanketed Arbala Road Monday. Courtesy/Kortney Melton
  • A local kid frolics in the snow. Courtesy/Allison Paulson
    A local kid frolics in the snow. Courtesy/Allison Paulson
A federal emergency declaration was made after bitter cold and blowing snow swept across the Lone Star State Sunday night into Monday, a weather event that set new power usage records and forced rolling outages to control demand. “Our emergency response to this winter weather requires a collective approach between state agencies, local officials and Texans throughout our communities to ensure…

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