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No snow? Time to skateboard!

Skateboarder Austin Markwardt, a Dickinson High School senior, does a kick flip Saturday afternoon at the West River Community Center skate park. Markwardt brought his own shovel to the park the past two days to clear snow from the concrete park ...

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Skateboarder Austin Markwardt, a Dickinson High School senior, produces a silhouette Saturday afternoon at the West River Community Center skate park. Markwardt brought his own shovel to the park the past two days to clear snow from the concrete park so he could skate. (Press Photo by Dustin Monke)

Skateboarder Austin Markwardt, a Dickinson High School senior, does a kick flip Saturday afternoon at the West River Community Center skate park. Markwardt brought his own shovel to the park the past two days to clear snow from the concrete park so he could skate. (Press Photo by Dustin Monke)

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Skateboarder Austin Markwardt, a Dickinson High School senior, does a kick flip Saturday afternoon at the West River Community Center skate park. Markwardt brought his own shovel to the park the past two days to clear snow from the concrete park so he could skate. (Press Photo by Dustin Monke)

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