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Superintendent's Puzzling Retirement

No one knew how it might end. For weeks, there has been a cloud hanging over the Monroe City School Board as it grappled with how to handle what was called a "misconduct" allegation against Superintendent Brent Vidrine. Numerous meetings were held as the board sought ways to minimize the effects that a pending investigation would have on the school district, but it would not be business as usual. That all came to a head Monday night at a special meeting of the school board where members, by a 6-1 vote, passed a motion that will allow Mr. Vidrine to retire within 10 days. Board members voting t...


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