Eva Ellis-Furlong, 7, of Durham couldn’t wait to try out her newly purchased snow shovel Monday as a winter storm headed into the Triangle. She bought the shovel when the prediction of snow was made and was out in the street scraping the light snow shortly after it started.
Eva Ellis-Furlong, 7, of Durham couldn’t wait to try out her newly purchased snow shovel Monday as a winter storm headed into the Triangle. She bought the shovel when the prediction of snow was made and was out in the street scraping the light snow shortly after it started. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Eva Ellis-Furlong, 7, of Durham couldn’t wait to try out her newly purchased snow shovel Monday as a winter storm headed into the Triangle. She bought the shovel when the prediction of snow was made and was out in the street scraping the light snow shortly after it started. cliddy@newsobserver.com

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February 17, 2015 09:57 AM

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