Samantha Duran, left, 6, of Sanger, builds a snowman with her aunt, Rolinda Hernandez, in the fresh snow at Grant Grove on Sunday in Kings Canyon National Park east of Sanger.
Samantha Duran, left, 6, of Sanger, builds a snowman with her aunt, Rolinda Hernandez, in the fresh snow at Grant Grove on Sunday in Kings Canyon National Park east of Sanger. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Samantha Duran, left, 6, of Sanger, builds a snowman with her aunt, Rolinda Hernandez, in the fresh snow at Grant Grove on Sunday in Kings Canyon National Park east of Sanger. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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