Cold leads to furnace failure, closure of Ogden school
About 900 students at Ogden's Highland Junior High School could thank subfreezing overnight temperatures for an unscheduled vacation on Monday.
Ogden School District officials said a malfunctioning furnace forced cancellation of all classes in the school at 325 Gramercy Ave. as repairs were made to a frozen boiler coil on the school's heating system.
Classes at Highland Junior High were expected to resume as normal on Tuesday.
No other Ogden District schools were closed Monday.
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