Officials of the Indiana school district say it won't shut down despite predictions that it'll run out of money by the end of the year.
County officials say the center lost too much money from processing trash to be sustainable. It will close this Saturday.
Paoli Peaks typically offers skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing each year from mid-December to mid-March.
The law school in Fort Wayne cited low enrollment and $20 million in losses.
District officials say they know closing a school is a highly-charged issue, but they see no other options.
The Catholic Church is trying to consolidate parishes that have only about 50 to 60 people.
Airport managers say they do not know if they will be required to have controlled towers for corporate jets or charter airliners to land.
It is not clear the seven Ball State charters slated for closure are the best in their neighborhoods. But some parents say they had nowhere better to go.
The road is scheduled to re-open to traffic by the end of November.
What happens when a small town in southeastern Indiana loses its public school and residents attempt against all odds to replace it with a charter school?