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Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Several book shelves were emptied so the carpet could dry quicker at Summit County's main branch library in Frisco after an overhead fire sprinkler burst due to recent below-zero weather, spraying water for 15 to 20 minutes the afternoon of Sunday, Dec. 27. Large blowers were brought in to expedite the drying process, and the library, located in County Commons, is set to reopen Saturday, Jan. 2.
Courtesy of A Kinder Carpet/United Drying |

The top stories of the day from the Dec. 30, 2015 edition of the Summit Daily News:

Summit County main branch library closes due to sprinkler break

Summit defense attorney launches Frisco-based private practice

Chris Anthony discusses school struggles, positive role of skiing at upcoming TEDxVail

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