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Linn County swears in elected officials

Linn County Communications Officer

During the Jan. 3 morning ceremony to swear in local elected officials, Linn County Circuit Court Presiding Judge Thomas McHill said the process marks the end of campaigns and the beginning or continuation of public service. He said it is indeed something to be celebrated. Judge McHill was assisted by fellow Circuit Court Judge Rachel Kittson-MaQatish and Municipal Court Judge Jessica Meyer. From left to right: Linn County Clerk Steve Druckenmiller, Sheriff Michelle Duncan and Commissioner Will Tucker. 


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