Everywhere you looked this morning, the snow on trees and bushes was an enchanting sight. The trees hugging East Vine Street show bare limbs heavy with snow over reaching the brick street. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)
The Ohio Department of Transportation in Mount Vernon prepared Sunday afternoon for the coming snow storm. A dozen trucks with snow plows were loaded with salt, with drivers at the ready, to keep state highways clear. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)
Auction items are displayed for those attending the Hunting Heritage Banquet on Saturday evening sponsored by the Kokosing River Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation. Conducting the auction at right are Jerry Scott and Jake Frederick. (Photo by Alan Reed)
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