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We Energies crews worked on restoring power to Watertown residents Thursday morning after a storm rolled through the area. Crews were working along Second Street Road in the Town of Emmet.

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Rubble from the Zastrow farm on Highway E in Concord sits in silent testimonial to the power of the storm that roared through the area early Thursday morning.

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A boat, seemingly unfazed by the storm, sits atop the debris pile at the Zastrow farm just north of Interstate 94 on Concord Road Thursday morning. A member of the family said the barn, which had stood along the highway for more than 150 years, was picked up by the storm, leaving much of the…

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The park in the heart of Concord was littered with debris from fallen and cleared  trees after a storm passing south of Watertown rocked the area hard early Thursday.

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A Milwaukee television reporter filmed a scene in Concord’s park Thursday morning after winds bent over the flagpoles at the veterans’ memorial, and trees were sheared off throughout the area

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The wind Thursday snapped off this large maple tree near the Concord Town Hall

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After the storm Thursday blew the roof off a shed at Lake Country Heating & Cooling on Highway F in Concord, metal roof strips wrapped around a power pole that was knocked down and hunks of fluffy insulation littered the field nearby.

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As rainfall avoids the area, one farmer used irrigation this week to keep his corn growing. The state crop report indicated top soil moisture was at 69% last week and 19% short with 6% of the state reporting very short of moisture. Temperatures are expected to climb for the weekend with few …

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Purple coneflower is in bloom across the county. Here, a bee visits a flower in Watertown.

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