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AFTER MORE THAN TWO DECADES, Phyllis Hudson will retire from her job as Midway City clerk and treasurer Friday, May 31. In a statement, Mayor Grayson Vandegrift, right, wrote, “Phyllis has served the City of Midway diligently and consistently for 21 years, more than a decade of that as City clerk/treasurer. She leaves the city in the best financial shape it’s ever been in, and on behalf of the citizens, I want to thank her for her incredible service and wish her the happiest of retirements.” (Photo submitted)

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