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Getting in some muddy fun before cold returns

Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Kole Stephens, 5, picks up the shoe that he lost while playing in the mud as his brother Isaiah Stephens, 6, back, and cousin Eli Stephens, 8, play Monday afternoon in a field between North Clinton Street and Interstate 469 near East Wallen Road. Monday’s high was 52 degrees, but snow is forecast for today with a high in the upper 20s and a low of 10 to 15.

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