Snow-place like small towns

After receiving two feet of snow, Rawlins residents and businesses help each other out

There was no shortage of snow as Rawlins entered the New Year, receiving a total of two feet between the night of January 1 and the morning of January 4.

Fortunately, there was no shortage when it came to acts of kindness as well. From pulling vehicles out of drifts to shoveling driveways to clearing sections of the city, the immense snowfall brought out a sense of community.

“My amazing neighbors helped me dig out my driveway,” said Megan McComas. “I had giant drifts of snow almost four feet deep and they helped me by bringing over their snowblower and shovels. If it hadn’t been for them it w...

 

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