Nov 7, 2016 11:49 AM
Oyster River warns parents of heavy bus delays because of Obama's UNH Clinton rally
DURHAM — As the President of the United States visits the University of New Hampshire to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the local school district could experience significant bus delays.
Oyster River Cooperative School District Superintendent James Morse emailed parents Monday informing them of this potential bus delay as President Barack Obama plans to speak this afternoon at UNH.
Roads that are normally opened will be closed due to this rally, causing bus drivers to have to adjust their routes, Morse said.