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  • Line snakes around Eagle WinCo as shoppers stock up on storm supplies

    Grocery and hardware stores across the Treasure Valley were "jam-packed" Saturday as people scrambled to get the essentials before another 5 to 7 inches of snow dumped on our area.

Line snakes around Eagle WinCo as shoppers stock up on storm supplies

Grocery and hardware stores across the Treasure Valley were "jam-packed" Saturday as people scrambled to get the essentials before another 5 to 7 inches of snow dumped on our area.
Rhonda Prast // Idaho Statesman