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Photo by Adam Carr

A blue jay and a female cardinal in the Bethlehem community

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Holly Springs firemen Dillion Pool, Miles Moore, Michael Holmes, Leron Weeks and John West Turner

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Photo by Phillip Knecht

The Rust College campus in Holly Springs

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Sawyer McAlexander, 3, of Mount Pleasant

Snow days

Last week’s snowfall brought beautiful scenes and lots of fun outdoors.

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Photo by Barry Burleson
Two trucks move slowly west on Interstate 22 near Holly Springs Monday afternoon as a steady mixture of ice and snow continue to plummet the area.
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Photo by Kelly McMillen/Marshall County Sheriff’s Department
Snow flies as Mississippi Department of Transportation crews plow I-22 near Holly Springs.
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Photo by Kelly McMillen/Marshall County Sheriff’s Department
Some Good Samaritans give a motorist a push off Craft Street Monday and into the parking lot of O’Reilly’s in Holly Springs
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Ice weighs heavily on a pine tree after last Thursday’s winter blast

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Colton Muraco, 14, has fun snowboarding in Mount Pleasant.
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Luci Tomlinson feeds the goat herd in the snow Monday.
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Photo by Barry Burleson
A couple of vehicles make their way around downtown Holly Springs Monday about 8 a.m.
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A Holly Springs Utility Department truck travels north on an icy and snow-covered Craft Street Monday afternoon.
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Chase Feathers of Red Banks is happy as he plays in the snow.

Wild winter weather

Little did anyone expect when Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow February 2, that the six more weeks of winter would include extreme winter weather conditions over the Mid-South.

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