Shuttered and Stored 

TUSD begins next steps in school closure process

Sure, Yvonne Merrill recognizes that Brichta Elementary School is going to close, but that doesn't mean she and her neighbors accept it. "The last thing we want to see is the building shuttered," Merrill says. "For how long?" If the school—which is…

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