By TRISTA LUTGRING
TELL CITY – The temperature in Boston April 16 was 30 degrees warmer than usual. For most of the city’s residents and tourists, this didn’t seem like too much to be concerned about. For those running the 116th annual Boston Marathon that day, it was another challenge added to the grueling, unforgiving 26-mile run.
But Kim Strobel, a Tell City woman entered into the race for the first time, wasn’t going to let a little heat stop her.