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Teachers and classified employees in the West Branch School District reach agreements

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BELOIT, Ohio - Teachers and classified employees in the West Branch School District will go another two years without pay raises.

On Thursday, the West Branch Board of Education reached agreements with the unions representing the district's teachers and classified employees.

The current contracts for the West Branch Education Association and West Branch Classified Education Association were extended for another two years without an increase to their base salaries.

All employees have also agreed to contribute more to their health insurance premiums.

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