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County commissioners proclaim January National Mentoring Month, hear update on Trooper Wilson

January 15, 2014

The Jefferson County commissioners proclaimed that the county will participate in recognizing National Mentoring Month throughout January. Pictured (from left) are: (front) Nicole Pompeii, case worker, Big Brothers Big Sisters; Commission Chairman Paul Corbin; (back) Commissioner Jeff Pisarcik; and Commissioner Jim McIntyre. (Photo by Matthew Triponey of The Spirit)

BROOKVILLE — The Jefferson County commissioners proclaimed that the county will be participating in the recognition of National Mentoring Month throughout January at their meeting on Wednesday.

The meeting also drew a number of visitors, including Sgt. Thomas Josephson, PSP-DuBois station commander, who delivered an update on the status of injured state trooper Bradley Wilson.

For details from the meeting, see Thursday's print edition of The Spirit.

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