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New Horton AD hired

(KNZA)--A new Horton High School activities director has been hired.

Following an executive session at their regular meeting Monday evening, the USD 430 Board of Education voted to hire Larry Mills, of Alma, Kansas, for the position.  Mills will also serve as head golf coach.

He began work Tuesday.

Mills has more than 30 years of experience in the education field—including as superintendent of schools, principal, athletic director, teacher and coach.

He most recently served as superintendent of schools for 8 years in Balko, Oklahoma.   Prior to that, was a junior high principal and 7-12th grade athletic director at Norton, Kansas.

Mills replaces Travis George. The Board accepted his resignation during a special meeting in late September. That came after he was arrested and charged in connection with domestic disturbance at his Atchison residence in August, which police say turned violent. George had been hired in May.


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