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Oklahoma State Board of Education member resigns

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The longest-serving appointed member of the Oklahoma State Board of Education has resigned.

Claremore Mayor William E. “Bill” Flanagan told state officials on Oct. 19 that his resignation from the board would be effective Sunday. He was in the middle of a four-year term that expires in 2023.

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