The Petoskey News-Review has a two-part series reflecting on the recent winter storm, starting with this story with the perspectives of police and power line workers, some of whom worked long days to handle the fallout.
Just when it seemed like Northern Michigan might sneak past winter and into spring, a massive storm brought as much as 18 inches of snow to some areas and caused tens of thousands to lose power, some for days.
"This impacted all of Northern Michigan from Alpena to Leelanau and everyone in between," said Greg Williams, director of emergency management for Charlevoix, Cheboygan and Emmet counties.
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Source: Petoskey News-Review