Photo by Nick Schrager
Last week’s winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow on the ground in central Kentucky, but it didn’t keep residents indoors. Pictured is a creative sculpture formed by a family on E. Virginia Ave. depicting a snowman chilling out in a recliner of snow and watching television.
Officials deal with snow issues

Some say last week’s snowfall was the worst snowstorm since 1978, and it’s hard to argue.

With record-breaking snowfall and viciously cold temperatures, Washington County, like all of central Kentucky, has had a lot of stress and school closings on its plate.

Springfield Police Chief Jim Smith said the police department was fortunate to have several four-wheel drive vehicles at its disposal last week.