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  • Supporters hold rally for Knox County superintendent

    A rally was held Friday in Barbourville in support of Knox County Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles. Earlier in the week, the School board members in Knox County voted not to renew the contract of Sprinkles, whom a state agency said had violated hiring rules.

A rally was held Friday in Barbourville in support of Knox County Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles. Earlier in the week, the School board members in Knox County voted not to renew the contract of Sprinkles, whom a state agency said had violated hiring rules. Bobbie Poynter The Mountain Advocate
A rally was held Friday in Barbourville in support of Knox County Superintendent Kelly Sprinkles. Earlier in the week, the School board members in Knox County voted not to renew the contract of Sprinkles, whom a state agency said had violated hiring rules. Bobbie Poynter The Mountain Advocate

Students, parents rally in support of Knox County superintendent

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