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Closures and Delays For Texas

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The following roads or transportation services have been closed due to the winter weather:


The following schools are closed/delayed due to the winter weather:

Muenster ISD - Classes Begin at 9:00 a.m. Buses Run 1 Hour Late.

St. Jo ISD - Classes Begin at 9:00 a.m. Buses Run 1 Hour Late.

The following daycares are closed/delayed due to the winter weather:


The following government offices have been closed/delayed due to the winter weather:

The following medical facilities have been closed/delayed due to the winter weather:


The following churches have been closed/delayed due to the winter weather:

The following non-profit organizations have been closed/delayed due to the winter weather:

North Texas Area United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance - Open on Friday at 1:30 p.m. 

The following events have been canceled/delayed due to the winter weather:


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