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Three Marshall Co. schools opening late due to water issue

(WMC-TV) – Three schools in Marshall County, Mississippi will be opening late on Tuesday, January 21. Those schools are Mary Reid Elementary, Potts Camp Middle, and Potts Camp High School.

They all will open at 10 Tuesday morning.

School leaders have told Action News 5 the late opening is due to a water issue.

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