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Caldwell is blessed to have 3 "hyper-local" news crews, all vying for our attention, eyeballs, and ad dollars. They have emergency apps. And email blasts. And Facebook alerts.
And of course, cute graphics.
So while you're hunkering down, scrambling to find milk, eggs, and bread, consider this: "...we've had storms named Snowpocalypse, Frankenstorm, Snowmageddon, Snowzilla. Now we're supposed to be scared of... Nemo?"
Everybody is posting school closings, stories of gas lines, rumors of supermarket catastrophes, and dire predictions of massive snow accumulations, with the inevitable comparisons to Hurricane Sandy. ZOMG!, we might lose power! To which some wag replied, "I've already thrown out all the food in my refrigerator and freezer, and cut the power to my house. I'm way ahead of you guys."
Relax everybody. It's winter. We get snow. Or were you expecting
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