It was the largest snow dump in more than two years Monday night and Tuesday morning in this area, closing Hopkins, Martin and Wayland schools. Wayland had just spent its first day Monday of having all students in the classroom since mid-March because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Shown at left is a measuring stick of some sort provided by Shelly Sulser-Kehrle, a photojournalist of Kalamazoo. It indicates that much of West Michigan now has just under a foot of snow on the ground. Susan Rigotti-Craig reported on Facebook that Dorr had the most snow accumulation with 7.7 inches, according to WZZM-TV. The cover photo was provided by Wayland High School graduate Marie Whittemore of Kentucky, who was attempting to depict the drudgery of removing snow from streets a century ago.