Starke County has moved from a Red Travel Warning to an Orange Travel Watch status. That means essential travel, such as trips to and from work, is now allowed. County officials implemented the warning at 4 p.m. yesterday. Emergency Management Agency Director Ted Bombagetti says that gave Starke County Highway Department snow plow drivers room to work before they were pulled off the road at 6 p.m. to rest, and they were able to make tremendous progress clearing roads. Pulaski, Marshall and LaPorte Counties are all under orange level travel watches this morning. Again that means essential travel, such as trips back and forth to work, is allowed. Roads are still very slick, though, so allow ample time to reach your destination if you head out today. County officials will continue to monitor conditions and may adjust travel as necessary. Click here to view a county travel status map for the entire state http://www.in.gov/dhs/traveladvisory/ Please do not call the sheriff’s office or other emergency departments to check on road conditions, as dispatchers are extremely busy fielding emergency calls. For Indiana road conditions call 1- 800-261-7623, or visit the Indiana Department of Transportation’s website at www.trafficwise.in.gov.