Dr. Ray Tolcacher, Prosser School District superintendent, poses for a portrait in 2011. The longtime superintendent is retiring at the end of the year, but won’t be back to work before then.
Dr. Ray Tolcacher, Prosser School District superintendent, poses for a portrait in 2011. The longtime superintendent is retiring at the end of the year, but won’t be back to work before then. File Tri-City Herald
Dr. Ray Tolcacher, Prosser School District superintendent, poses for a portrait in 2011. The longtime superintendent is retiring at the end of the year, but won’t be back to work before then. File Tri-City Herald

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