Heat goes out at Baker High School
BAKER - Administrators at Baker High School said classes are continuing even though their heaters aren't working.
The school reported the problem midday Monday after a night of freezing temperatures, and said they're not sure what caused it.
Superintendent Herman Brister said crews should fix the heaters by Monday night or Tuesday at the latest.
Brister said they currently plan to hold school Tuesday as normal.
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