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Kolness accepts EGF superintendent job

Mike Kolness will be the next superintendent of East Grand Forks Public Schools. Kolness, superintendent of Ada-Borup (Minn.) Public Schools, verbally agreed to a three-year contract with the district, School Board Chairman Tony Palmiscno said Fr...

Mike Kolness will be the next superintendent of East Grand Forks Public Schools.

Kolness, superintendent of Ada-Borup (Minn.) Public Schools, verbally agreed to a three-year contract with the district, School Board Chairman Tony Palmiscno said Friday.

The School Board, which must approve the contract, meets March 14. Details of the contract won't be released until then.

Kolness' first day will be July 1.

East Grand Forks Superintendent David Pace's last day will be June 30.

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