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Here is a look at the impact of the snowstorm that hit Crook County, burying the community

A snowstorm hit the Crook County area Sunday night and Monday with a fury, dumping about 18 inches of snow in town and two feet or more in rural locations outside of town.

More snow is expected beginning Tuesday afternoon and into early Wednesday.

PHOTO COURTESY OF AMANDA BJORVIK
 - Icicle-faced cattle face the wrath of the storm.

PHOTO COURTESY OF MELISSA CASE
 - Kelly Case shows how he is working smarter, not harder, to remove the snow from his deck.

PHOTO SUBMITTED BY CORREY ASHCRAFT
 - A little trip outside turns into quite an adventure for this poor dog who is nearly sunk in the snow.

PHOTO SUBMITTED BY KATHLEEN GODAT - A car slowly disappears at a local residence as the snow piles up.

JASON CHANEY - A couple of good neighbors piloting plows dig people out of their driveways early Monday morning.


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