JARVIS KENDRICK: The former credit union vice president and civic volunteer was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading no contest to leaving the scene of a crash involving a fatality.

TENOROC PRINCIPAL: Sexual harassment claims against Jason Looney were “not substantiated” by a School District investigation that leaves open questions about his management style.
RELATED: School Board member Billy Townsend responds that two investigations involving Looney reveal a “comprehensive, catastrophic leadership failure” by the School District.

COAL: Lakeland Electric is continuing its plans to reduce reliance on coal despite Trump Administration plans to loosen restrictions on the fuel. (No link; the article isn’t online yet.)

Source: The Ledger

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