By P.J. GLISSON
IRONWOOD - Despite wind chill near zero on Saturday night, the Jack Frost parade in downtown Ironwood, drew a large crowd and offered a dazzling array of 40 entries loaded with colored lights and other creative details.
Viewers came ready to battle the weather with long coats and faces hidden behind scarves or hats - some of which sprouted reindeer horns and flashing lights.
Beyond that, the old saying of "cold hands, warm heart" took on broader meaning as everyone also took apparent comfort in a wealth of community spirit.
"It really went off very w...