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Former Washington Local superintendent Hickey banned from school property
The Washington Local Board of Education today voted 5-0 to ban former Superintendent Patrick Hickey from school property after an incident at a basketball game Friday night. The board scheduled a special meeting for this morning after Mr. Hickey yelled at referees at the Whitmer High School game against Lima Senior. His son plays for Whitmer.
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