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A recap of the remarkable work of the Volunteer Rescue Squad

Author: Dana Kazel on Mar 20 2017

Sheriff Ross LitmanThey respond to help - no matter the hour or the weather. And they're all volunteer. The Sheriff's Volunteer Rescue Squad is a dedicated team. Here's a look at their contributions in 2016.

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A recap of the remarkable work of the Volunteer Rescue Squad

Sheriff Ross LitmanThey respond to help - no matter the hour or the weather. And they're all volunteer. The Sheriff's Volunteer Rescue Squad is a dedicated team. Here's a look at their contributions in 2016.

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A glimpse at the work of Public Health

Public Health logoThe week of April 3 is National Public Health Week. Public Health Division Director Amy Westbrook spoke to the County Board about some of the continuing, as well as new, efforts involving her staff.

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