Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 5:00 am (Updated: October 9, 6:21 am)
With less than two years remaining in office, Hardin County Sheriff Charlie Williams has been elected to serve a seventh year on the board of directors for the Kentucky Sheriff’s Association.
According to a news release, Williams was elected during the annual week-long KSA conference Sept. 8-13 in Bowling Green. More than 100 sheriffs attended and participated in training, according to the release. According to Williams, the sheriffs and deputies in attendance participated in the election.
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