Schools plan 2-hour delay, but roads called generally passable

School is back in session. Well, at least for at least some Jackson County schools.

Brownstown, Medora and Seymour school districts, along with Trinity Lutheran, announced two-hour delays for today, but students will be in school after their two-week Christmas breaks were extended three days because of frigid temperatures and icy roads.

Concerns about icy roads prompted the delays this morning, school officials said.

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