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These area Indiana schools are closed or delaying start times

Baugo Community Schools, 2 hour delay; alternate kindergarten Concord Community Schools, 2 hour delay Elkhart Community Schools, 2 hour delay Goshen Community Schools, 2 hour delay; alternate kindergarten Wa-Nee Community Schools, 2 hour delay; alternate kindergarten

Posted on Feb. 26, 2008 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Feb. 26, 2008 at 6:37 a.m.

ADEC buses - No transportation. Programs, facilities are open. This is a status change from first announcement.

Ancilla College - CLOSED

Baugo Community Schools - 2 hour delay; alternate kindergarten

Bethany Christian Schools, Goshen - CLOSED

This is a status change from first announcement.

Bremen Public Schools - CLOSED

Clinton Christian School - CLOSED

This is a status change from first announcement.

Concord Community Schools - CLOSED

This is changed from previously announced 2-hour delay.

Eighth Street Preschool - CLOSED

Elijah's Fire International Christian Academy - 2 hour delay; no AM kindergarten

Elkhart Community Schools - 2 hour delay; Central High School has no early release

Elkhart Christian Academy - CLOSED

This is a status change from first announcement.

Fairfield Community Schools - CLOSED

Faith Preschool, Elkhart - No morning PreSchool

Goshen Community Schools - 2 hour delay; alternate kindergarten

Good Shepherd Nursery School, Goshen - CLOSED

Kessington Christian School - 2 hour delay

Kids Care, Elkhart - CLOSED

Kids Care, Goshen - 2 hour delay

Kosciusko County Head Start - CLOSED

Middlebury Community Schools - CLOSED

This is a status change from first announcement.

Milford United Methodist Preschool - CLOSED

St. Paul's Lutheran School, Bremen - CLOSED

Union Center Day Care, Nappanee - CLOSED

Wa-Nee Community Schools - CLOSED

This is a status change from first announcement.

Westview School Corp. - CLOSED




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 FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 8, 2014 file photo, a section of Scottsdale, Ariz.  floods following heavy rains that left motorists stranded during their morning commute. Monsoon season in the Southwest, which officially ended Sept. 30, will go down as a record-breaker. Meteorologists say some areas in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico received more rain in one day than in a normal summer. The intense amount of moisture also brought flood damage that is still being felt in homes and roads throughout the region.  (AP Photo/Matt York, File)

Posted at 6:37 p.m.

Posted at 6:37 p.m.
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