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Students return to classes as Mother Nature loosens grip

January 29, 2014

Local residents have employed drastically different approaches to dealing with the frigid weather which has gripped Adams County of late. While people prefer to bundled themselves head-to-toe to fight off sub-zero temperatures, the young man shown above didn’t seem to mind exposing his bare legs to the chilly weather. Photo by Jannaya Andrews

     With all three Adams County schools back in session — albeit on a two hour delay — things may slowly be returning to normal in the Decatur area.
    After bone chilling temperatures have kept all but the most hardy hunkered down inside nice, cozy homes and offices, Mother Nature seems to be loosening her grip as temperatures are expected to reach a high of about 20 degrees today.
    Thursday and Friday’s forecast looks even brighter as temperatures are expected to climb all the way 30, with a low temperature of 25 degrees predicted for both days.
    For the rest of the story, see today's print or online editions.

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