Fort Mill schools Superintendent Keith Callicutt, center, celebrates Tuesday with other district officials and campaign organizers after the passage of a nearly $96 million bond referendum at the YMCA in Baxter Village.
Fort Mill schools Superintendent Keith Callicutt, center, celebrates Tuesday with other district officials and campaign organizers after the passage of a nearly $96 million bond referendum at the YMCA in Baxter Village.
Fort Mill schools Superintendent Keith Callicutt, center, celebrates Tuesday with other district officials and campaign organizers after the passage of a nearly $96 million bond referendum at the YMCA in Baxter Village.

Fort Mill school district celebrates clean sweep

March 04, 2008 11:52 PM

UPDATED March 04, 2008 11:57 PM

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