Having gone through two long days in the interview process of their search for a new superintendent, Churchill County School District trustees are now moving on to the final step. It’s going to be the hardest one, too, the school board’s president acknowledged. “Our work has just begun,” Ron Evans said after five hours-plus of interviews Wednesday night. “We’ve got to analyze everything and then do what we can to make the best decision possible for the kids and for our school district.” Three candidates — Sandra Sheldon, Jose Delfin and Edna LaMarca — faced questions from the public Tuesday …
Trustees ponder their decision
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