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Parts of Northland see close to foot of snow

Schools were closed and the power was out across parts of the Iron Range after heavy rain turned into snow Sunday night. (Photo courtesy of Jerry Eklund in Walker, Minn.)
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Schools were closed and the power was out across parts of the Iron Range after heavy rain turned into snow Sunday night. (Photo courtesy of Jerry Eklund in Walker, Minn.)

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