Yukon superintendent announces retirement amid turmoil, lawsuits

A news release from Yukon Public Schools lauded its superintendent for his years of dedicated service and important role in getting a $92.4 million bond issue passed to build a “world-class” high school.

BY ANDREW KNITTLE Modified: February 11, 2013 at 10:26 am •  Published: February 10, 2013

YUKON — A recent news release from Yukon Public Schools lauded its superintendent for his years of service and role in getting a $92.4 million bond issue passed to build a “world-class” high school.

But the announcement...

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