Two people have turned in applications for a Mitchell School Board seat that will be opening. Former school board member Dana Price and Mark Bernard turned in applications according to Mitchell Schools Superintendent Joe Graves. The board will either select a candidate from all submitted applications or request interviews with the applicants before choosing. The seat will be open after the resignation last week of Rick Johnson, who suffered a stroke in December. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday at 4 pm at the MCTEA building across from the high school or at the superintendent’s office at Mitchell Middle School.
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