There's a long-running story here, in Chicagoland, about financial shenanigans at the south suburban Lincoln-Way high school district.
One of the oddest features of the story has to do with Superdog!
'Superdog is a dog training school housed in a barn at Lincoln-Way North. [A former superintendent], who retired from the district in 2013, created Superdog without board knowledge or approval and it had "no student benefit"...'
Apparently it may have had some benefit for the former superintendent, who seems to have spent official money on this private project.
Local Chicago Tribune reporter, Gregory Pratt, has been all over the many-splendored story of Lincoln-Way, which includes wonders besides Superdog. But Superdog is my favorite.
And now the Feds have decided to take a sniff at it too, issuing subpoenas for records relating to the school district's dealings with Superdog.
A dogged reporter's exposé,
of strange goings on at Lincoln-Way,
has left poor Superdog
facing a federal slog.