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CJE Mike Stephens administers oaths to Sheriff Harrison Moss

2015-01-05 - Adair County Judicial Center, 201 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Adair County Judge Executive Mike Stephens administered oaths of office for Kentucky Sheriffs for Sheriff Harrison Moss. Moss affirmed the constititional oath, and in addition the Sheriff's Oath. His wife, Shirley Moss, is beside him; the Bible is held by his son, Matthew Moss. Standing behind him, also taking the oath, are Deputies and Court Security officers of the Adair County Sheriff's Office. Front row, form left: Chief Deputy B.J. Bray, Deputy Aaron Rainwater, Deputy Jared Conover, Deputy Adam Cravens, hidden; Part time Deputy, Brandon Hitch, Court security; Deputy Justin Cross; Back row, from lef, all court security: Richard Redmon, Radine Burton (not visible), Jeb Thomas, Bonnie Spoon , Fred Dorman, Laura Seelye, Sheriff Moss is the first Democrat to be re-elected in the last 100 years. - EW

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