A nickel doesn’t stretch as far as it once did.
Voters overturned a nickel-growth tax in January but returned two incumbent LaRue County School Board members to office Tuesday who approved the measure. The two re-elections came despite an aggressive campaign by a slate of opposition candidates.
Local businessman Ronnie Chelf, who won by 26 votes in District 2, said the tax proposal overshadowed the school district’s accomplishments and his record of service in the eyes of some voters.
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