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Scenes from April 14 blizzard in west central, southwest Minnesota

A 7 a.m. Sunday view in Kerkhoven. (Photo by Naomi Baker)1 / 17
Seventh Day Adventist Church on the Mill Pond in New London.2 / 17
Walking dogs near Point Lake3 / 17
Birds fighting at the bird feeder by Georgeville (Photo by Thomas Rosengren)4 / 17
This cardinal was a frequent visitor (as were many juncos and a feisty bluejay) Saturday at the bird feeder in a backyard a mile north of Willmar. (Photo by Missy Aaker)5 / 17
Photo by Phil Hatlestad taken at a farm auction Saturday morning near Spicer.6 / 17
In open areas in the city of Granite Falls, snow is nearly knee-deep as of noon. Drifted areas are much deeper. (Susan Lunneborg / Tribune)7 / 17
The snow has piled up as of noon Saturday in Granite Falls. (Susan Lunneborg / Tribune)8 / 17
Photo by Phil Hatlestad taken at a farm auction Saturday morning near Spicer.9 / 17
Taken at farm south of Svea, Kandiyohi County Road 11, at 8:30 Saturday morning. There's a building that you can't see that is only 300 feet away, obscured by the blizzard. (Photo by Dan Petersen) 10 / 17
Photo by Phil Hatlestad taken at a farm auction Saturday morning near Spicer.11 / 17
Snow storm visitors on Long Lake. (Photo by Connie Schmoll)12 / 17
Seventh Day Adventist Church on the Millpond in New London. (Photo by Karen Nestande)13 / 17
Taken near Clarkfield by Jason Miller.14 / 17
Photo by Phil Hatlestad taken at a farm auction Saturday morning near Spicer.15 / 17
This reader said "Sorry, Minnesota" from Cooper City, Florida.16 / 17
My vet truck buried in snow!! from Slayton. (Photo from Sara Barber)17 / 17

WILLMAR — A few scenes from the April 14 blizzard in southwest Minnesota. Stay safe, and continue to email us your photos at news@wctrib.com.

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