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  • An 84-year-old Temple man was killed Saturday when a snow-laden tree fell on his home while he was napping in his recliner.

    Northeast Snowstorm Leaves Millions Without Power

  • In southeastern Pennsylvania, an 84-year-old man was killed when a snow-laden tree fell on his home while he was napping in his recliner.

    Mass power outages as rare October snowstorm strikes US

  • We were heartened by the glory of its spring pink flowering and the snow-laden architecture of its branches.

    Jill Lynne: Habitat: Public vs. Private and Trees

  • And perhaps most importantly, the state is more densely forested and populated than most, leaving its more than 20,000 miles of mostly above-ground power lines vulnerable to falling snow-laden trees.

    Connecticut's Power Woes Outshine Rest

  • Internet-savvy staffers immediately hit the road, videotaping clogged and icy gutters and snow-laden roofs.

    Roof-and-gutter service finds the silver lining in Snowmageddon

  • If Bush, spending her summer at the pool, "reading the classics of Russian literature, traveling through the frigid, snow-laden novels of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in the swampy heat of Houston," worried about her future, she doesn't let on.

    Ruth Marcus reviews Laura Bush's memoir, 'Spoken From the Heart'

  • One summer, I spent nearly every day at the pool reading the classics of Russian literature, traveling through the frigid, snow-laden novels of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in the swampy heat of Houston, where by midmorning you could break a sweat simply by stepping outside.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • I glanced over my shoulder at the snow-laden trees.

    Vanished

  • A scare about the security of a snow-laden terminal roof at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport made matters worse, with crowds asked to clear out of a section of Terminal 2E.On the upside, the Paris airport got a holiday gift flown in from the United States on Friday — a supply of precious deicing fluid to get planes off the snowy ground.

    Paris airport slows due to low deicing stocks

  • As you may know, New York City and a good chunk of the East Coast is currently being pummeled by a snow-laden "nor'easter"--or, as people in Minnesota call it, a "beach day."

    Blizzard of Odd: Pedaling to the Bitter End

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