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1st day of school canceled in Palominas

Storm waters flood and damage roads in the Palominas area (Source: Anonymous/See, Snap, Send it) Storm waters flood and damage roads in the Palominas area (Source: Anonymous/See, Snap, Send it)
COCHISE COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Palominas Elementary School District canceled the first day of school today because of storm damage to the roads around the district.

The first day was supposed to start at 8:45 a.m. Monday morning. 

According to the Palominas District website the first day of school has been moved to Aug. 6.  This notice applies to Coronado School, Palominas School and Valley View School.

Tucson News Now's Barbara Grijalva will have more on this story on KOLD News 13 at 5 p.m. She can be followed on Twitter at @BGrijalvaKOLD.

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