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Friday, 29 January 2010 10:58

Marvin Chance clears his parking lot at Chance’s Service Center earlier this morning. Chance was one of many business owners clearing parking lots and walkways after Liberal received 4 inches of blowing snow in the past 18 hours. Seward County Emergency Management Services Director Greg Standard said no major damages or incidents had been reported as of 8:55 a.m. today. “None reported thus far,” Standard said. “All the city and county crews are out, and it should get better pretty soon.” Standard did warn travelers in and out of Liberal that roadways are still fairly dangerous. “The roads are snow-packed and pretty icy right now,” he said. “It should be better later today.” Authorities from Oklahoma said this morning U.S. Highway 54 was closed from Guymon, Okla., westward into New Mexico. Daily Leader photo/Earl Watt

 
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