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09/14/08 - East Texas

Storm Aftermath: East Texas Update

From the East Texas Newsroom...Oncor Electric reports 30 additional crews have arrived to help restore power to the over 50-thousand customers in the Lufkin - Nacogdoches area, including Chireno, Cushing, Douglass, Diboll and other outlying areas. They ask customers to be patient as they work as fast as they can.

Customers of the D&M Water Supply in Nacogdoches are being asked to boil their water until further notice due to recent storm activity.

School Closings:

Lufkin ISD classes cancelled Monday and Tuesday,

Lufkin-Nacogdoches high school football game cancelled Monday,

Chester ISD will be closed beginning Monday, September 15 through September 19th....

Central ISD cancelled Monday and Tuesday and reassessing Tuesday for the remainder of the week...

Huntington ISD classes cancelled Monday and Tuesday, however, they're asking all available maintenance and custodial personnel to report to work...

Tenaha ISD classes cancelled for students and teachers, however, all other staff report to work...

Hudson ISD cancelled Monday and Tuesday and will reassess Tuesday for the remainder of the week...

Corrigan ISD closed Monday and Tuesday,

First Christian Preschool in Lufkin closed Monday, Zavalla ISD cancelled Monday and Tuesday, reassessing Tuesday for the remainder of the week.

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

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