PHOTO GALLERY: Snow cleanup continues
Sunday, January 23, 2011 | 5:23 p.m. CST;
updated 6:34 p.m. CST, Sunday, January 23, 2011
Snow fills the sidewalks on Broadway in downtown Columbia.
Residents continue the cleanup efforts from snow falls that have blanketed the area since last Wednesday.
A bird nestles in a tree near Boone Tavern in downtown Columbia on Sunday evening.
Jacob Westbrook, 23, shovels snow off the sidewalks in downtown Columbia on Sunday morning, Jan. 23, 2011. Westbrook has shoved snow off Columbia streets for three seasons. "This is the worst one I've worked," Westbook said. "It's colder, and there's a lot more snow." Westbrook began shoveling at 2am earlier in the week when the snow first arrived. "Once you get through the first snow, it's not so bad," he said.
Shakespeares Pizza parking lot attendant Bethany Bailey, 17, waits for customers to pick up their parking tags. Bailey arrived an hour before Shakespeares opened on a brisk Sunday morning to make sure non-customers did not park in the lot. To help stay warm, "I'll go inside every hour and stick my hands in the oven," she said.
Todd Berchek, 23, pushes snow off the sidewalks in front of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts Sunday morning, Jan. 23, 2011. This was Berchek's first time shoveling snow in Columbia.
Todd Berchek, 23, pushes snow off the sidewalks in front of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts, Sunday morning. This was Berchek's first time shoveling snow in Columbia.
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