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Residents get out and celebrate winter — finally

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A bicyclist manuevers the snowy terrain along the levee earlier this week as the first snow fell for the season.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Katie Fetter, left, and Jordan Hoffman decided to take advantage of a day away from school this week. Both were capturing footage on a GoPro while sledding the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday as school was closed in Troy, and around the county.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Retired Troy City Schools teacher Chuck Karnehm sleds down the levee with his grandchildren Jack and Lilly Williams Tuesday in Troy.


The first sustantial white stuff fell from the sky this past week, getting students — and teachers — out of school and outside to play.

Most schools were closed on Tuesday and again on Wednesday, allowing kids — big and small — to enjoy Ohio’s winter wonderland.

Today’s forecast — breezy and colder with a little snow at times — offers the best chance in the coming days to refresh the supply.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News A bicyclist manuevers the snowy terrain along the levee earlier this week as the first snow fell for the season.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_160112aw_Snow_bike_0793.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News A bicyclist manuevers the snowy terrain along the levee earlier this week as the first snow fell for the season.

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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Katie Fetter, left, and Jordan Hoffman decided to take advantage of a day away from school this week. Both were capturing footage on a GoPro while sledding the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday as school was closed in Troy, and around the county.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_160112aw_Feature_snow_0811.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Katie Fetter, left, and Jordan Hoffman decided to take advantage of a day away from school this week. Both were capturing footage on a GoPro while sledding the levee near the Great Miami River Tuesday as school was closed in Troy, and around the county.

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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Retired Troy City Schools teacher Chuck Karnehm sleds down the levee with his grandchildren Jack and Lilly Williams Tuesday in Troy.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_160112aw_Feature_snow_0831.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Retired Troy City Schools teacher Chuck Karnehm sleds down the levee with his grandchildren Jack and Lilly Williams Tuesday in Troy.
Residents get out and celebrate winter — finally
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