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When the Elizabethtown Independent Schools board met last week, it marked the end of a decade and a half of service for one of its former members.
The EIS meeting was the first in 16 years that didn’t include Dianne Cooper as a board member. After serving on the board since 1997, Cooper chose to end her tenure and didn’t seek re-election.
Cooper admitted it seemed strange to know the five-member board was meeting without her.
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