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Rain, snow and wind don't stop Special Olmpics torch run


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The cold, blowing snow and rain had nothing on Joe Hayes' smile this morning as he waved the Special Olympics torch in the air before beginning the Law Enforcement Torch Run to Great Falls. Hayes was excited about running the first bit of the distance of the torch run into the headwind down 1st Street. "It makes me exercise my body," the 10-year veteran of Special Olympics said, adding that his favorite sport is basketball. Last year it was windy but sunny the day of the run, David Bischoff, the leg leader who worked to organize the run, joked. "The weather kind of helps make the challenge,...

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