Todd Sutton was left off of the Johnston County school board with his fifth-place finish in November’s election, but with the departure of Larry Strickland for the N.C. house, the remaining school board members appointed Sutton to replace him on the board of education.
Todd Sutton was left off of the Johnston County school board with his fifth-place finish in November’s election, but with the departure of Larry Strickland for the N.C. house, the remaining school board members appointed Sutton to replace him on the board of education. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Todd Sutton was left off of the Johnston County school board with his fifth-place finish in November’s election, but with the departure of Larry Strickland for the N.C. house, the remaining school board members appointed Sutton to replace him on the board of education. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

Todd Sutton tapped to replace Larry Strickland on Johnston school board

January 05, 2017 11:04 AM

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