Will Edwards, left, handed out shovels to a line of waiting customers Thursday at Chevy Chase Hardware on East High Street in Lexington. Forecasts of more than a foot of snow in Central Kentucky drove residents out for supplies.
Will Edwards, left, handed out shovels to a line of waiting customers Thursday at Chevy Chase Hardware on East High Street in Lexington. Forecasts of more than a foot of snow in Central Kentucky drove residents out for supplies. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Will Edwards, left, handed out shovels to a line of waiting customers Thursday at Chevy Chase Hardware on East High Street in Lexington. Forecasts of more than a foot of snow in Central Kentucky drove residents out for supplies. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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