Education

January 17, 2013 3:22 PM

Update: Cathy Williams won't seek to remain as Muscogee County School Board chairwoman

As the controversies and divisive votes mounted last year, Muscogee County School Board chairwoman Cathy Williams felt her support slip away.

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