Educators leaving 40-year legacy
by Margot Carvallo
04:45 PM, Thursday, May 21
As the 2014-15 school year comes to a close, the Neighbor Newspapers interviewed local retiring teachers who spent at least 40 years at the school they are leaving. Wade and Julie Boggs, Westminster Wade and Julie Boggs are retiring after teaching...

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