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Last updated 2:51AM ET
July 16, 2018
KSUT Regional
KSUT Regional
DHS Principal Resigns, 8 Run for City Council
(ksut) - Durango High School Principal Greg Spradling has resigned, effective at the end of this school year.
According to a release from District 9R, Spradling told Superintendent Mary Barter it was "time to head down the road."
Spradling came to DHS in 2001 from Roswell, New Mexico where he was also a high school principal.
Barter praised Spradling for shepherding the school through a 23-million dollar expansion.
And she says his leadership made a significant contribution to improved student achievement.
Spradling was not available for comment.
The district will appoint a search committee immediately to begin looking for Spradling's successor.


Durango residents will have eight candidates to choose from in this year's City Council Election.
KSUT'S Victor Locke reports:

VICTOR: The deadline for candidates to declare and submit petitions was 4:30 PM yesterday.
Those meeting the deadline include: Incumbent Councilor and Mayor Sydny Zink, Incumbent councilor Tom Howley and City plan commissioners Peter Tregillus and Linda Geer. Also qualifying for the election are Michael Rendon, Susan Leigh Meigs, Jerry Swingle and Scott Graham.
Candidates finishing first and second will serve regular four year terms.
The third place candidate will serve the final two years of the term resigned councilor Virginia Castro won, in the last council election in 2005.
Ballots are expected to be mailed to registered Durango city voters between March 9th and March 19th. Walk-in voting begins March 20th. The election ends at 7pm Tuesday, April 3rd.
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