Wet work


Shelby County Highway Department employees Zach Hill, left, of Sidney, and Myron Gaier, of Fort Loramie, install a new stop sign at the intersection of Mason Road and County Road 25A. The two men stood in the pouring rain Thursday, Feb. 7, to replace a stop sign that had been knocked over by a semi trailer. The rain made for lots of flooded farm fields and a high fast waters in area creeks.

Shelby County Highway Department employees Zach Hill, left, of Sidney, and Myron Gaier, of Fort Loramie, install a new stop sign at the intersection of Mason Road and County Road 25A. The two men stood in the pouring rain Thursday, Feb. 7, to replace a stop sign that had been knocked over by a semi trailer. The rain made for lots of flooded farm fields and a high fast waters in area creeks.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Highway Department employees Zach Hill, left, of Sidney, and Myron Gaier, of Fort Loramie, install a new stop sign at the intersection of Mason Road and County Road 25A. The two men stood in the pouring rain Thursday, Feb. 7, to replace a stop sign that had been knocked over by a semi trailer. The rain made for lots of flooded farm fields and a high fast waters in area creeks.

Shelby County Highway Department employees Zach Hill, left, of Sidney, and Myron Gaier, of Fort Loramie, install a new stop sign at the intersection of Mason Road and County Road 25A. The two men stood in the pouring rain Thursday, Feb. 7, to replace a stop sign that had been knocked over by a semi trailer. The rain made for lots of flooded farm fields and a high fast waters in area creeks.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/02/web1_SDN020819StopSign.jpgShelby County Highway Department employees Zach Hill, left, of Sidney, and Myron Gaier, of Fort Loramie, install a new stop sign at the intersection of Mason Road and County Road 25A. The two men stood in the pouring rain Thursday, Feb. 7, to replace a stop sign that had been knocked over by a semi trailer. The rain made for lots of flooded farm fields and a high fast waters in area creeks. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News