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  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

Reminder: Leave prepared before heading north to play in snow

A lot of snow has fallen in the high country over the last week and with more forecast, the Arizona Department of Transportation wants to remind drivers who are heading north to leave prepared, be ready to spend extended time on the roads and never park along the highways to play in the snow.  ADOT reminds those heading to play in the snow tha...

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