Do you remember the great big Blizzard of 1978?
Saturday, Jan. 26 will mark the 30th anniversary of the snow storm that blanketed the Midwest. President Carter declared states of emergency for Ohio, Michigan and Indiana.
Many folks went several days without heat, water, electricity or phone services, and it was some time before anybody was allowed to travel on roadways.
Schools were canceled for more than a week, and even The Courier missed a day of publication.
What do you remember about this blizzard?
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