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How long O Lord

by Maria L. Evans

In the wee hours of May 3, at a time of year we’re enjoying the luscious green of the grass, the budding of the wild plums and the redbud trees…it SNOWED.

The latest I have ever remembered it snowing in Northeast Missouri was April, most significantly the Great Easter Blizzard of 1973. Never in May. Allegedly the last time it snowed in Kirksville in May was either 1903 or 1904, I can’t remember which. But […]

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