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COLUMBUS, Ind. — A long, bitter winter has been a steady reminder of the benefit that Meals on Wheels has delivered to homebound Columbus residents for the past four decades.
With about 30 inches of snow this winter, double the seasonal average, weather has put the weekday delivery program to the test.
From school closings to club meetings and event cancellations, the weather has disrupted normal life in Bartholomew County 36 days since Dec. 1.
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