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    Ilie Nicholson of Huntingburg, 8, struggled to get out of an inner tube while sledding at the Huntingburg golf driving range on Wednesday. Compacted ice on the hill made for excellent high-speed sledding. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Riley Blessinger, 5, left, Zander Duncan, 7, his father Scott, and brother Gavin, 12, Riley's mother Ashley, Jayden Tanner, 7, her mother Nicole, and Ilie Nicholson, 8, left, and Jayden Tanner, 7, all of Huntingburg, climbed the hill while sledding at the Huntingburg golf driving range on Wednesday. Compacted ice on the hill made for excellent high-speed sledding. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Ilie Nicholson, 8, left, and Jayden Tanner, 7, both of Huntingburg, held on while sledding at the Huntingburg golf driving range on Wednesday. Compacted ice on the hill made for excellent high-speed sledding. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Snow covered the fields surrounding a barn at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and South Meridian Road in Jasper on Wednesday morning after winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Raya Dolloway of Jasper, 8, left, and her sister Rachel, 10, helped push each other down the back alley between Main and Jackson St. in Jasper on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Rachel Mummey/The Herald Horses stood in the snow outside their barn on Kellerville Rd. in Jasper on Wednesday.

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    Brandon Dolloway of Jasper, 12, left, and his brother Brett, 14, walked down Main St. in Jasper on Wednesday. The boys were looking to shovel people's walkways to earn extra money.Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Rachel Mummey/The Herald Snow blanketed the fields on E 300 N in Jasper on Wednesday.

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    A view from the Jasper City Mill showed the Patoka River Bridge and downtown Jasper covered with snow this morning. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    George Potter scraped ice off of his car outside of his home in Jasper before driving to work on Wednesday morning after winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Potter works as a web designer in Ferdinand. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Aaron Mead, 11, aimed to throw a snowball at his brother, Nathan Mead, 15, outside of their Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Steve Pence shoveled the snow in the driveway of his Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Pence, who has lived here for 11 years, said, "this weather is unusual for around here and I'm getting tired of it." Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Jim Wigand of Jasper, who works for Fifth Street Elementary School, cleared the roads by the school in Jasper on Wednesday morning after winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Corey Wuertz of Jasper shoveled snow in the parking lot of Winkler's Natural Food Store in Jasper, that he is part owner of with his wife. "It's great exercise," said Wuertz about shoveling snow. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Joseph Catholic Church was seen surrounded by snow Tuesday evening in Jasper. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Ellie Eckstein looked at the snowy Mill Street as she walked her dog Skeeter near her home in Jasper on Tuesday night. "She loves the snow," said Eckstein about Skeeter, "I do too, everything looks clean," she added. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Snowy footprints let into Snaps Tuesday evening on Main Street in Jasper. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Joe Mead, 12, left, and his brothers Ben Mead, 5, and Aaron Mead, 11, filled their sled with snow outside of their Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Brian Hostetter of Jasper used his snowblower at his home on 10th Street on Tuesday evening. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Joe Mead, 12, dumped a sled full of snow on Erika Lane, 21, outside of their Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Steve Pence shoveled the snow in the driveway of his Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Pence, who has lived here for 11 years, said, "this weather is unusual for around here and I'm getting tired of it." Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Rachel Mummey/The Herald Scott Hopf of Jasper shoveled the walkway at the Dubois County Courthouse as the snow began to fall Tuesday afternoon. "I'm really just buying time until 4 o'clock so that I can go home. We'll worry about taking care of this until tomorrow morning," Hopf said about the snow accumulation.

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    Regan Mundy of Jasper, 12, helped her brother Carter, 9, pat down some snow for a sled ramp in their driveway on W. Second Street in Jasper on Tuesday. "We know what we're doing," Carter Mundy said. School was let out early because of the anticipated snow accumulation. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Regan Mundy of Jasper, 12, flew over a freshly built sled ramp after receiving a push from her dad Chad in their driveway on W. Second Street in Jasper on Tuesday. Also there was Regan's brother Carter, 9. School was let out early because of the anticipated snow accumulation. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Nathan Mead, 15, made a snowball outside of his Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Ben Mead, 5, sprawled out in the snow after crashing his sled outside of his Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Erika Lane, 21, left, put her arms up as Nathan Mead, 15, threw a snowball at her outside of their Jasper home Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald

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    Nathan Mead, 15, left, Erika Lane, 21, Aaron Mead, 11, and Ben Mead, 5, played in the snow outside of their Jasper home on Tuesday as winter storm Nika hit Dubois County. Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald