MOUNT VERNON — Snow rolled in from the south Friday afternoon, slowly bringing a winter storm over Knox County that left over 12 inches of snow in most areas of the county before tapering off Saturday.



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2 Responses to “County digs out from snowstorm”

  1. Chrys bennett

    Is n’t it true that semi drivers are not allowed to drive for that long, yet plow drivers are? I can not immagine driving for 16 hours. Hopefully they get to take a break. I have also noticed that side streets in the wealthier areas of town get plowed, while those in the poorer areas are rarely ever touched.