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Schools stay open despite flooded roads in county

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By Jacob Blair

As several state and county roads incurred flooding, Trimble County Schools officials had to weigh the decision to have classes for Monday or opt to close. A neighboring district decided to close for three days as their main roads were affected. Meanwhile, Trimble stayed open with minimal impacts.

“We were watching that closely since Friday, knowing that the weather was coming,” Superintendent Steve Miracle said.

Assistant Superintendent Jessica Wilcoxson is tasked with maintaining contact with emergency management, state and county road department crews.


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