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W.Va. courts closed today due to storms

Jul. 02, 2012 @ 12:15 AM

 

W.Va. courts closed today due to storms

CHARLESTON -- Supreme Court Chief Justice Menis Ketchum has issued an order closing all courts in West Virginia on Monday, July 2, due to the weather emergency caused by a storm on Friday, according to a news release.

Magistrates are advised to continue their regular on-call rotations. However, all circuit clerk and magistrate clerk offices will be closed.

The judiciary's central data center never was without power, according to the release.

Marshall closes South Charleston campus

HUNTINGTON -- Marshall University's Huntington campus will open Monday, July 2, despite suffering some minor damage in Friday's storm, according to a news release. Summer classes will operate as scheduled, unless instructors have notified students otherwise.

However, the South Charleston campus and Mid-Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant, W.Va., are still without power. They will remain closed until power can be restored.

Summer school canceled Monday

HUNTINGTON -- Due to power outages, Cabell County Schools is canceling all Summer School instructional programs for Monday, July 2, according to a news release.

The cancellation includes the Extended School Year program.

All other district employees scheduled to report Monday will do so, unless their building is still without power.

The Summer Food program will operate on a regular schedule.

The Board of Education meeting will be conducted at 5:30 p.m. Monday.

Board of education reschedules meeting

WAYNE -- The Wayne County Board of Education meeting, originally set for Monday, July 2, has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 5, at the Wayne County Board of Education Office.

Summer Academic Programs at Tolsia, Wayne and Vinson high schools will not be open on Monday or Tuesday, July 2 and July 3. Classes will resume Thursday, July 5.

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