Richland resident Marion Morey uses the drive-up ballot drop box Tuesday afternoon at Jefferson Park on Symons Street to turn in her ballot for the school bond election. Richland school officials were asking voters to approve a $99 million bond.
Richland resident Marion Morey uses the drive-up ballot drop box Tuesday afternoon at Jefferson Park on Symons Street to turn in her ballot for the school bond election. Richland school officials were asking voters to approve a $99 million bond. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Richland resident Marion Morey uses the drive-up ballot drop box Tuesday afternoon at Jefferson Park on Symons Street to turn in her ballot for the school bond election. Richland school officials were asking voters to approve a $99 million bond. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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