Northwestern Wisconsin hit hardest by snowstorm; Jail inmate accused of passing out drugs to fellow prisoners; Lenders skirt limits set on payday loans; more briefs
Published 12/10/2012, Hudson Star-Observer
The northwest quarter of Wisconsin was hit the hardest by a Sunday snowstorm that was the heaviest in two years in parts of the region. Menomonie had the most with 13.8 inches. Nearby Eau Claire had 13 inches by 11 p.m. last night, and it was still coming down. Augusta in Eau Claire County had 9.3 inches.
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