School in Doyline, Louisiana is canceled for Today and possibly tomorrow, as crews continue to work to move and secure millions of pounds of improperly stored black powder at Camp Minden. The cleanup might not affect the upcoming election on Saturday, Dec. 8, but Webster Parish officials are making preparations just in case. Crews moved about 300,000 pounds on Monday and have moved about 1.2 million pounds total from the tightest-packed buildings into approved containers and onto 27 tractor-trailers to move to storage bunkers. Another 250,000 pounds had been moved a safe distance from the bulk of the material. It won't all have to be moved into bunkers to let people return home.