Blazin’ fun


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Amy Long races her brother Mike Meredith and each of their children Claire Meredith, Sophie Meredith and Margo Long down a hill on the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday in Troy. Area schools were canceled due to weather conditions, which gave kids and parents a chance to enjoy the snow. “This is what teachers do when we don’t have school,” Meredith said. No more substantial snow accumulation is expected in the coming week, only flurries possible on Saturday and Sunday. See the weather package on page 2 for more on the forecast.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Amy Long races her brother Mike Meredith and each of their children Claire Meredith, Sophie Meredith and Margo Long down a hill on the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday in Troy. Area schools were canceled due to weather conditions, which gave kids and parents a chance to enjoy the snow. “This is what teachers do when we don’t have school,” Meredith said. No more substantial snow accumulation is expected in the coming week, only flurries possible on Saturday and Sunday. See the weather package on page 2 for more on the forecast.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Amy Long races her brother Mike Meredith and each of their children Claire Meredith, Sophie Meredith and Margo Long down a hill on the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday in Troy. Area schools were canceled due to weather conditions, which gave kids and parents a chance to enjoy the snow. “This is what teachers do when we don’t have school,” Meredith said. No more substantial snow accumulation is expected in the coming week, only flurries possible on Saturday and Sunday. See the weather package on page 2 for more on the forecast.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_160112aDw_Feature_snow_0857.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Amy Long races her brother Mike Meredith and each of their children Claire Meredith, Sophie Meredith and Margo Long down a hill on the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday in Troy. Area schools were canceled due to weather conditions, which gave kids and parents a chance to enjoy the snow. “This is what teachers do when we don’t have school,” Meredith said. No more substantial snow accumulation is expected in the coming week, only flurries possible on Saturday and Sunday. See the weather package on page 2 for more on the forecast.
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