Weather forces schools to be closed in Baldwin City district again
Supt. Paul Doarthy announced at 4 p.m. that there will be no school in the Baldwin School District Friday. Classes were also canceled Thursday in the district and Baker University.
Brutally cold temperatures and even worse wind chill factors were reasons for the closure, along with the blizzard-like conditions caused by the blowing snow.
"We are going to be closed tomorrow," said Dorathy, "(because of) temperatures, wind chill and the fact it keeps blowing the roads closed."
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