Area yields to cold

  • Snow, ice and single-digit temperatures made for uncomfortable conditions for many having to deal with electricity and water problems this week. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
    Snow, ice and single-digit temperatures made for uncomfortable conditions for many having to deal with electricity and water problems this week. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
  • Area yields to cold
    Area yields to cold
  • Snow drifts in front of the historic Trinity Anglican Church Sunday night. The local area including Highway 377 (below) and the former Patrick Street Inn (bottom) were coated with the snowfall which remained for day due to the sub-freezing temperatures (See Weather Watchin’ on page A4. for Dublin’s highs and lows of the last week.) Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
    Snow drifts in front of the historic Trinity Anglican Church Sunday night. The local area including Highway 377 (below) and the former Patrick Street Inn (bottom) were coated with the snowfall which remained for day due to the sub-freezing temperatures (See Weather Watchin’ on page A4. for Dublin’s highs and lows of the last week.) Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
  • Area yields to cold
    Area yields to cold
  • Area yields to cold
    Area yields to cold
More than 4.3 million Texas households and businesses found themselves without power Tuesday morning after unseasonably cold winter weather covered all of Texas and much of surrounding states Sunday afternoon and settled in. That number dropped to 2.7 million as utility and cooperative employees braved temperatures into the low single digits to reconnect customers. Rural residents were subject…

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