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School board candidate goes to Sheriff’s Office with book complaint

| Hansen Hasenberg
A school board candidate in Santa Rosa County has been caught up in controversy following a visit to the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 25. Jennifer Tapley, a candidate for Santa Rosa school board district 2, along with Tom Gurski, went to the Sheriff’s Office with a complaint about Jay High school’s librarian after a student checked out a book Tapley considered to be “pornographic.”
The book, “Storm and Fury” by Jennifer L. Armentrout, has been quarantined by Jay High School following actions taken by a school board candidate to get the librarian who checked out the book investigated.


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