The Tribune reopened at 1:30 p.m. today after being closed for an hour and a half while emergency management officials assessed the danger from its leaking roof and the threat of collapse at its next-door-neighbor, the New York Life Insurance offices of C.L. Meigs at 318 S. Main.


The Tribune reopened at 1:30 p.m. today after being closed for an hour and a half while emergency management officials assessed the danger from its leaking roof and the threat of collapse at its next-door-neighbor, the New York Life Insurance offices of C.L. Meigs at 318 S. Main.

Firefighters and city electric crews were using bucket trucks and ladders to exam other downtown roofs and schools. Downtown buildings with roofs lower than their neighbors were given closer inspections because extra amounts of snow collected their.

About 28 inches of snow fell on Pratt during a weekend blizzard. Warm temperatures since Saturday have caused the snow to melt quickly although deep piles still remain in parking lots and along streets.

Meigs' office remains closed.