James Howell | Jefferson Post
High winds stripped off the roof of a Glendale man’s barn Wednesday night. Ralph Miller, the owner of the barn, said this is the first time his building has been damaged. In spite of the roof’s collapse, the equipment house by his building wasn’t badly damaged. As a testament to the winds strength, sheets of metal from the roof were scattered all around, some wrapped around nearby trees and posts. Miller said his insurance will cover the wind damage, and he plans to have his building repaired soon.