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Letters Policy

 

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Letters

Letter to the Editor from Newly Re-Elected Christian County Sheriff Bruce Kettelkamp

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted November 14, 2022

 

Dear Editor:

 

I would like to thank the voters of Christian County for their support.

 

I am very humbled to be re-elected to another 4-year term as Sheriff of Christian County. The election was a result of all the great work done by the employees of the Sheriff's Office. From the deputies, who do an excellent job of protecting and serving the public.

 

To the dispatchers, who receive all the emergency calls in a calm and professional matter. To the correctional officers, who oversee individuals who are incarcerated awaiting trial. To the court security officers, who protect everyone at the court house.

 

To the clerical staff members, who handle all the civil process paper work that needs to be served. It is an honor to work with such great employees, and I look forward to continue serving the wonderful citizens of Christian County.

 

Bruce Kettelkamp

Sheriff

Christian County

 

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