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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Debbie Hansbrough
A storm that promised the first significant snowfall accumulation in two years was mostly a bust, dropping a sloppy wet slush inside the Capital Beltway on Wednesday but delivering more significant snow in the Washington area's outer suburbs.
"A lot of people don't have electricity, so they're trying to find things to snack on," Ms. Hansbrough said. "They're buying bread, milk, sandwiches. I think everybody has taken this in pretty good stride. Everybody's helping everybody."
The power for the Shenandoah IGA grocery store came on at 2 p.m., store clerk Debbie Hansbrough said, but at least half the town remained dark.