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Snow brings needed relief to S.W. Colo.; a second storm expected to hit this afternoon
The Colorado Department of Transportation clears snow Friday north of Durango on U.S. Highway 550. The storm brought the first significant snowfall of the season to the region.
“He got up first thing this morning and got after it,” said Andy Hawk of his son, Oren Hawk, 4, who helped shovel snow in front of his house and his neighbor’s house Friday on Riverview Drive.
Flanked by Sam on the left and Marley on the right, Brian Walsh and 3-year-old son Miles Walsh played in the snow Friday at Buckley Park in Durango.
Nick Howard with Rapp Corral, takes a team of horses out with a sleigh on the several inches of fresh snow north of Durango on Friday.

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The Colorado Department of Transportation clears snow Friday north of Durango on U.S. Highway 550. The storm brought the first significant snowfall of the season to the region.
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“He got up first thing this morning and got after it,” said Andy Hawk of his son, Oren Hawk, 4, who helped shovel snow in front of his house and his neighbor’s house Friday on Riverview Drive.
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Flanked by Sam on the left and Marley on the right, Brian Walsh and 3-year-old son Miles Walsh played in the snow Friday at Buckley Park in Durango.
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Nick Howard with Rapp Corral, takes a team of horses out with a sleigh on the several inches of fresh snow north of Durango on Friday.
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