School delays and closures for Tuesday Feb. 12th

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School Delays

It was another snow day for students in North Central Washington as another in a series of arctic storms hits the region. No school today for students in the Waterville, Quincy and Moses Lake School Districts due to weather and road conditions.

Classes started two hours late in the Wenatchee, Eastmont, Cashmere, Mansfield, Ephrata and Soap Lake Schools. Another round of snow showers is expected today and then another major storm is expected Thursday and into Friday.

Here are the snow day school delays and closures for Tuesday, February 12th:

UPDATE AT 9:05AM – Waterville Schools are now closed for the day.

Wenatchee School District-2 hr delay No AM preschool, but PM preschool will run as usual.AM Daycare will be open as soon as road conditions allow staff to arrive.Breakfast begins 2 hours later. Wenatchee Valley Tech Center AM classes are canceled. Zero period classes are canceled. All students will be released at their regular times.

Eastmont School District- 2 hr delay

Cashmere School District- 2 hr delay

Mansfield School District- 2 hr delay

Quincy School District- closed

Moses Lake School District- closed

Big Bend Community College-closed

Douglas County Courthouse Closed:

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners has directed the Douglas County Courthouse in Waterville be closed today due to extreme weather conditions.

The Douglas County Clerk’s office and Superior Court will be open. The court calendars will be held unless the roads are determined to be impassable. Questions should be directed to the Douglas County Clerk, Tristen Worthen at 509-745-8529.

The Douglas County Auditor’s office will be open for elections purposes only on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 until 8:00 PM for Election Night. If you have questions please contact Ruth Martin at 509-888-6403.

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Steve Hair
Steve Hair is a 40-year veteran broadcast journalist who comes to NCW LIFE TV after a long career in radio. Steve and his wife Lynette and their three sons moved to the Wenatchee Valley from Central California in 1992. Steve served as News Director for KPQ News where he covered a multitude of stories of importance to North Central Washington, including two of Washington State’s largest wildfires. During his radio career Steve has received many awards from organizations such as the Associated Press, (Sacramento and Seattle Bureaus) The Washington State Farm Bureau, and the California Medical Association. Steve is a sports addict. Time off usually finds him sprawled out on the couch watching the Seahawks, Mariners or anything that prevents him from doing house chores.