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Olathe school board member Brad Boyd running in 2022 Kansas statehouse race

Olathe Board of Education member Brad Boyd is running for a seat in the Kansas Legislature in 2022. He filed to run in the open District 49 Kansas House of Representatives seat, currently occupied by Republican Rep. Megan Lynn, who announced earlier this year she would not seek another term. His name will appear on the ballot in the Nov. 8 general election as a Democrat. Kristin Clark, also of Olathe, is vying for the seat as a Republican.
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Brad Boyd out as Southside High's head boys' basketball coach

Southside High is in the market for a new boys' basketball coach as Brad Boyd is no longer in the position, said Sharks athletic director Dwayne Searle. It's unknown whether Boyd resigned from the position or was fired, but he informed the Sharks' basketball team on Monday that he would no longer be their head coach.
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Brad Boyd

Last Updated on October 5, 2021 by Gundrum Funeral Home. Brad Boyd, 48, of Logansport, passed away Monday, October 4, 2021, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. Born on May 9, 1973, in Logansport, he is the son of the late Howard Brady Boyd Sr. and Barbara (Kite) Miller. On November 11, 2006, in Logansport, he married Teresa K. Spriggs who survives.
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Christian County Jailer Brad Boyd Says Final Goodbye

After 27 years inside the walls, Brad Boyd’s final days at the Christian County Jail approach. Appointed as deputy jailer on October 1, 1994, promoted to major on August 16, 2000 and slotted as the jailer during an unexpired term on December 1, 2006, the Hopkinsville native and former high school volleyball coach took in a warm reception alongside family Wednesday afternoon at the jail — thankful for his experience in the community.
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Reception held to honor, bid farewell to retiring Jailer Brad Boyd

It was a full house in the lobby of the Christian County Jail Wednesday afternoon, as the community came together to bid farewell to retiring Jailer Brad Boyd. People traveled from across Kentucky to say farewell and good luck Boyd, who has served at the Christian County Jail since being hired as a deputy jailer in 1994. Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble says he’s proud of both the jail and Boyd’s efforts to make it one of the best in the state of Kentucky.
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Christian County Jailer Brad Boyd Retiring

Christian County Jailer Brad Boyd will retire following a 27-year career at the facility in Hopkinsville. Boyd’s retirement will become effective July 31. In a letter to Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble, Boyd announced his intention to retire and said it was a decision he came to after much thought and discussion with his family.
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Christian Co. Jailer Brad Boyd announces retirement

Christian County Jailer Brad Boyd will retire following a long career of service at the facility, effective July 31. That’s according to a letter from Boyd to Christian County Judge-Executive Steve Tribble, notifying him of his intention to retire. In the letter, Boyd says it was a decision he came to after much thought and discussion with his family, and it has been an honor to serve the citizens of Christian County. In his 27 year career at the jail, Boyd says he can say with confidence that the county has the best jail in the state, with “awesome staff who are carrying out the day-to-day tasks”.