Warm, fuzzy Christmas greeting


Richard Randall of the Westville area places a Christmas hat on the hand-carved wooden bear crafted from the trunk of an old tree in his front yard on Monday. Randall lives at 4563 W. U.S. Route 36. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week and into this weekend, allowing locals to do outdoor Christmas decorating in comfort.

Richard Randall of the Westville area places a Christmas hat on the hand-carved wooden bear crafted from the trunk of an old tree in his front yard on Monday. Randall lives at 4563 W. U.S. Route 36. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week and into this weekend, allowing locals to do outdoor Christmas decorating in comfort.


Steve Stout|Urbana Daily Citizen

Richard Randall of the Westville area places a Christmas hat on the hand-carved wooden bear crafted from the trunk of an old tree in his front yard on Monday. Randall lives at 4563 W. U.S. Route 36. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week and into this weekend, allowing locals to do outdoor Christmas decorating in comfort.

Richard Randall of the Westville area places a Christmas hat on the hand-carved wooden bear crafted from the trunk of an old tree in his front yard on Monday. Randall lives at 4563 W. U.S. Route 36. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week and into this weekend, allowing locals to do outdoor Christmas decorating in comfort.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/12/web1_randall.jpgRichard Randall of the Westville area places a Christmas hat on the hand-carved wooden bear crafted from the trunk of an old tree in his front yard on Monday. Randall lives at 4563 W. U.S. Route 36. Temperatures are expected to stay above normal this week and into this weekend, allowing locals to do outdoor Christmas decorating in comfort. Steve Stout|Urbana Daily Citizen