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Maintenance operator Ed Branham grades a section of Hubbard County Road 2 north of Nevis that has required constant upkeep this fall in the wet conditions. The county, after four sunny days, is finally gaining the upper hand on its sloppy roads, caused by record precipitation in October. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Wet weather during past month has made Hubbard County road work difficult

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Rain, snow, go away

Come again some other day

- Or not.

That could be Herb McCormick's mantra these days. He only wishes his probationary period as Hubbard County's new road maintenance superintendent was trial by fire. He might welcome it.

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But four sunny days have buoyed his spirits. His county maintenance crews are finally getting the upper hand on 220 miles of wet, sloppy gravel roads throughout the county.

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