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Near-blizzard conditions hit Hubbard County, and worse up north, Thursday. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Hubbard County experiences wild weather

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Hubbard County saw a manic-depressive weather pattern this week that left fire damage, smoke and then a winter weather advisory, all within 48 hours.

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It left law enforcement agencies and fire departments scrambling to keep up, but snow Thursday immediately took care of the fire danger.

Tuesday a 40-acre fire broke out in northeastern Hubbard County started by a spark from a baler. Homes were evacuated for a few hours until the danger had passed.

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Sarah Smith
Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers courts, business and breaking news in addition to outdoors events.
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