February 3, 2010 Edition
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Snow piles up in Lawrence County
SNOW CLOSES SCHOOLS ~ Kyle Runsick (left) and Drake Smith of Walnut Ridge enjoy a snowball fight with neighbors, Heath Richey and daughter, Emma, on Monday. The snow, measuring from seven to eight inches with higher drifts, closed schools from Friday through at least Tuesday.
TD Photo ~ John Bland
Freezing rain and sleet began moving into Lawrence County Thursday night and spread across the county covering roads and bridges with an inch-thick layer of ice before changing to snow on Friday morning.
The National Weather Service issued a severe winter storm warning for all of Northeast Arkansas on Wednesday with predictions of heavy snowfall and driving winds. According to the NWS conditions were right for a major snowfall with a low pressure system moving into the area bringing abundant moisture on the heals of a Canadian cold front that lowered temperatures to around freezing on Thursday evening. As the temperature continued to fall the sleet and ice changed over to snow on Friday morning with rapid accumulation.
Beginning in March, a 10-question Census questionnaire will be mailed to residents across the country, including Lawrence County.
to answer Census
Harris announces candidacy
Lyda Ann Harris of Strawberry has announced her candidacy for re-election as Lawrence County treasurer.
Staudt joins LHS
The first order of business at the Jan. 25 meeting of the Lawrence Health Services Board of Governors was to welcome a new member to the board.
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