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Monday, January 14, 2013 9:31 PM

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Judge Thomas Sachse, right, swears in Franklin County elected officials, including Roy Dunn, Jeff Curry, Sue McCay, Janet Paddock, Steve Hunting and Rick Howard, Monday in the commission chambers at the Franklin County Office Annex, 1428 S. Main St., Ottawa.

County gets voter reboot

By CRYSTAL HERBER, Herald Staff Writer

It’s official.

The annual Franklin County reorganization meeting Monday prompted a changing of the guard for some positions and more of the same for others. Roy Dunn, Rick Howard, Janet Paddock, Sue McCay, Jeff Curry and Stephen Hunting all were sworn in as elected county officials by Judge Thomas Sachse of Franklin County District Court as about 50 residents and county employees looked on.

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