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Can't melt fast enough

With the gear, the energy and the inclination, the Salchenbergers of the Kinnaird area are the kind of neighbours anyone would appreciate. - Jim Sinclair
With the gear, the energy and the inclination, the Salchenbergers of the Kinnaird area are the kind of neighbours anyone would appreciate.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Dale and Patricia Salchenberger of Columbia Avenue in Kinnaird are no strangers to getting out and pushing some snow around when the need presents itself.

Putting in a full day Saturday along a lengthy swath along the east side of Columbia Avenue, the couple who has relocated from Robson was back at it on Dec. 23,

Recent heavy snowfall in Castlegar and area has tested the snow removal resources at all levels over the past week.

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