Weather causes flood of potholes


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Early winter storms followed by flooding from heavy rains have caused plenty of potholes to pop up around Jackson County in recent weeks.

A motorist can spend from $200 to $1,000 to fix a tire damaged by hitting a pothole, and that’s not to mention the frustration of beingwithout a vehicle.

Local Goodyear dealer Clint Brock, owner of Seymour Tire and Service Inc., said a simple hole is easy to repair, but if a pothole digs deep, the tire and wheel may need to be replaced, which can be expensive.

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