Native son retells story of local ice harvests
WORTHINGTON -- Most people today equate Lake Okabena with windsurfing, jet skiing and fishing, but at one time, the lake served as one of the major sources of ice for railroad cars transporting perishables, meat processing facilities and even the small ice boxes people had in their homes.
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