An American flag was frozen stiff at Fourth Street and Broadway in Danville during a winter storm in 2009. On Sunday night and Monday morning, a winter storm carried more snow that freezing rain in Central Kentucky.
An American flag was frozen stiff at Fourth Street and Broadway in Danville during a winter storm in 2009. On Sunday night and Monday morning, a winter storm carried more snow that freezing rain in Central Kentucky. Herald-Leader Staff File Photo
An American flag was frozen stiff at Fourth Street and Broadway in Danville during a winter storm in 2009. On Sunday night and Monday morning, a winter storm carried more snow that freezing rain in Central Kentucky. Herald-Leader Staff File Photo

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