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Morning report, Nov. 30

Post by News Tribune Staff on Nov. 30, 2007 at 9:09 am with No Comments »
November 30, 2007 9:09 am

So where’s this four inches of snow that was supposed to have fallen overnight? It seems like it’s a pretty regular phenomenon here: Gray clouds approach, the temperature is close to freezing, people predict a snowfall that’ll lock down the entire region and I wake up the next morning to find that, as usual, it didn’t snow.


Nevertheless, I’m polishing a few stories I’m working on. I’ll post early editions of them later. The first is a story of theft of copper wire from roadways. The second, about former Nuremberg Trials physician Buel Sever, will run in Sunday’s B1 section. For the latter, there will be the story in the paper and online, an audio/photo slideshow with some great archive shots of the trials and, for the war buffs out there, a full half-hour interview with Sever.

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