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One more snow day

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Snow- and ice-covered roads make Worthington's 10th Street a challenge for drivers Tuesday afternoon. Up to six inches of new snow fell locally, resulting in yet another closure of schools in Worthington and nearby communities. It marked the sixth snow day for District 518 students in the last 12 regularly scheduled school days. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)

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