For Indiana road conditions call 1- 800-261-7623, or visit the Indiana Department of Transportation’s website at www.trafficwise.in.gov. Please do not call dispatch centers for road conditions. Telecommunications operators will be extremely busy dispatching equipment and personnel to motorists requiring emergency assistance.
Monday, April 29 – Little Lights Preschool is closed today.
TWO HOUR DELAYS
Monday, April 29 – Oregon-Davis Schools
Monday, April 30 – John Glenn Schools
Monday, April 29 – South Central Schools
Monday, April 29 – North Judson-San Pierre Schools
Monday, April 29 – LaCrosse-Wanatah Schools
Monday, April 29 – Plymouth Schools
ODDS & ENDS
Monday, April 29 – Marshall-Starke Head Start is operating on a 1.5 hour delay.
Starke County Travel Advisory Levels
Level 1-Caution A travel advisory status of “Caution” means that a condition may develop that limits or hinders travel in isolated areas. Under “Caution”, no travel restrictions have been placed in effect by county officials but citizens should be alert to changing conditions. Level 2 -Advisory A travel advisory status of “Advisory” means that routine travel or activity may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation. Citizens should use caution or avoid these areas. Level 3 -Watch A travel advisory status of “Watch” means that conditions are threatening to the safety of the public. Only essential travel is recommended. Emergency action plans have been or should now be implemented by businesses, school, government agencies and other organizations. Level 4 -Warning A travel advisory status of “Warning” means that travel may be restricted to emergency personnel only. During a Travel Warning, all citizens are called upon and directed to refrain from travel, to comply with necessary emergency measures, to cooperate with public officials and disaster services forces in executing emergency plans, and to obey and comply with the lawful directions of properly identified officers.