Board candidates come from different backgrounds
by Bill Baldowski
01:51 PM, Thursday, October 23
The District 3 Douglas County Board of Education race involves two candidates who come from different backgrounds. The incumbent, Republican Janet Kelley, is a retired educator with 30 years teaching experience. She has been the board chair for th...

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