Piles of snow in Harrison, Neb., created adventures for children and dogs — and work for road and utility crews.
On Sunday, residents still were dealing with Friday's snow.
Some of those living in rural areas of Harrison, in far northwest Nebraska, lost electrical power because of the storm. Plow trucks had to clear roads for utility crews. Some residents remained without electricity Sunday.
Harrison Mayor Dennis Murphy estimated that 2 to 3 feet of snow fell. Drifts as high as 8 to 10 feet sealed doors shut, Murphy said.