It's time for sheriff's office transparency
As Hubbard County embarks on the search for its next top cop, it has already taken its first misstep, keeping applications and resumes of potential candidates from public view.
County commissioners and the county coordinator went through mind-boggling contortions at the last board meeting to ensure candidate applications wouldn't go into the informational packets county commissioners regularly receive.
That makes the records public, and fair game for the media.
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