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Friday, January 6, 2017

Government calls it quits on account of snow

Posted By on Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 6:25 AM

click to enlarge LIGHT SNOW: Abput a half-inch fell on my street. It's negotiable, but enough to cause problems sufficient to close most of government in town today. And conditions are worse elsewhere.
  • LIGHT SNOW: Abput a half-inch fell on my street. It's negotiable, but enough to cause problems sufficient to close most of government in town today. And conditions are worse elsewhere.

Schools and state and city government in Little Rock are closed on account of snow.

The light snow in Little Rock proved deceptive for some. See the hilly western parts of town where traffic packed the cover to ice and made certain steep hills (on Mississippi for example) hard to negotiate.

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