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Museum director steps down

May 2, 2014

On top of Heritage Museum’s money woes, officials there now have to deal with the departure of their long-time director.

Nancy Raney confirmed today she has stepped down after 12 years as director of the museum.

A declining membership base and loss of grant money has left the museum strapped for operating revenue. That and other responsibilities were the reasons Raney cited for leaving the facility.

For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Herald.

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