Lance Brown, grocery manager at the Boise Co-op, moves pallets with a forklift after clearing out snow and slush on Monday. Brown and other employees were forced to dig trenches on two sides of the store to help drain snowmelt.
Lance Brown, grocery manager at the Boise Co-op, moves pallets with a forklift after clearing out snow and slush on Monday. Brown and other employees were forced to dig trenches on two sides of the store to help drain snowmelt. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Lance Brown, grocery manager at the Boise Co-op, moves pallets with a forklift after clearing out snow and slush on Monday. Brown and other employees were forced to dig trenches on two sides of the store to help drain snowmelt. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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