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Storm Recovery: School, Business, and Event Closings

From the East Texas Newsroom...

Sam Rayburn Inc. has issued a boil water notice for the following systems until further notice:  Anthony Harbor, Glen Oaks, Hickory Hollow, Lakewood, La Playa, Parkway, Powell Point, and Sutton Hills Estates.

Broaddus residents are being asked to boil their water until further notice due to recent storm activity.

Apple Springs residents are also being asked to boil their water until further notice. 

Alto Rural Water Supply customers are asked to boil their water until further notice. 

Forest Water Supply is being asked to boil their water until further notice. 

Nigton/Wakefield Water Supply customers need to boil ther water until further notice.  

Customers of Lilly Grove Water Supply are asked to boil their water until further notice.

SCHOOL CLOSINGS/UPDATES:

From KTRE's East Texas Newsroom School Closings:

Goodrich ISD closed Monday.   Staff report to work on Monday.

Chester ISD Faculty/Staff are asked to return on Monday at 9AM. Students will return on Tuesday at 9AM, and busses will run one hour late in the morning. Afternoon dismissal will be on time.

Watch KTRE-TV and log on to ktre.com for Storm Recovery updates and continuing coverage...

Business & Event Closings and Schedule Changes:

Lamp-Lite Theatre in Nacogdoches will postpone opening night to September 26 and run for two weekends. Emergency providers are eligible for discount tickets.

Carpenters Kids Mothers Day Out in Lufkin will resume their regular schedule on Tuesday, September 23rd.

Livingston High School Class of '98 Reunion has been postposed until further notice due to the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. 

Texas State Railroad is postponing The Lone Ranger® Train Ride until Saturday, October 4th, 2008.

Watch KTRE-TV and log on to ktre.com for updates and continuous Storm Watch coverage.....

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