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Snow day holiday

Father and son Andy Richardson and Paul Chamberlain, 8, both of Salem, attempt to dig out their vehicle after nearly a foot of snow fell upon the city Monday. (Special to the Salem News by Lily Nickel )
Above, Dalton Hephner of Leetonia works on clearing a driveway of deep snow in the village Monday. Hephner had a lengthy list of customers wanting their driveways done after a storm named Izzy dropped nearly a foot or more of snow overnight. Schools, banks and the U.S. Postal Service were already shut down due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, but there were plenty of cancellations and closings, including some businesses and the Banquet. Most of the schools in the area are closed again today, this time due to the snow.
A Leetonia resident cleans off his vehicle after digging a path to reach it Monday. Residents spent the day using shovels, snow blowers, front loaders and plows, anything they could, to move the snow out of the way. (Salem News photos by Mary Ann Greier)
Mason Ruffner, 5, and Katie Aviles,4, build a snow fort while playing in the snow on South Union Avenue in Salem Monday. (Submitted photo)

Father and son Andy Richardson and Paul Chamberlain, 8, both of Salem, attempt to dig out their vehicle after nearly a foot of snow fell upon the city Monday. (Special to the Salem News by Lily Nickel )

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