Aftermath of Saturday's storm
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pictures by Jan Youngquist and Mike Fak

As the 70 mph winds roar through town, trees begin to fall and break apart.

A homeowner's TV tower came down, bringing their Dish with it.


They might bend, but they won't break. The 140-foot tower at CCAonline was badly damaged

The equipment that supplies Internet capabilities is smashed on the ground.


On North Kickapoo Street at the railroad tracks, the old Dollar Store lost a portion of its roof.

At Thorntons at Keokuk and Logan streets, winds blew two-tiered industrial vacuum tops off their bases at the car wash. 

Computer Repair  

The hawthorn trees on the square took their third hit this month.

Red skies by night are a good omen. A peaceful Sunday night sunset at Logan County Airport.



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