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2017 Cotter D.A.R.E. Graduation

The 2016-2017 Cotter School D.A.R.E. graduation started off with an amazing performance of the Pledge of Allegiance by Cotter 8th grade student Aimee Tardif, guest speakers were, Elementary Principal Airl Cheek, Local Business owner Nathan Buck and Sheriff John Montgomery. Mr. Buck spoke about making good choices and gave the students some insight as to how D.A.R.E. had helped him. Mr. Buck was in the class from 1997 when D.A.R.E. was first offered in Baxter County.

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Graduating D.A.R.E. Class

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Principal Cheek, Mr. Buck and Sheriff Montgomery speak to students

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Top student, Jillian Wilkinson, Best Essay, Brooks Cheek, 2nd Place Essay, Ryenn Lawing

 


Community Quilts Starts off the year with new quilts

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The Chairman of Community Quilts Jo Ann Moore met with Captain Jeff Lewis and Lieutenant Ralph Bird at the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office to provide a new supply of quilts for Sheriff’s Deputies. Community Quilts has provided comfort quilts to the Sheriff’s Office for a number of years.  Deputies give them out to individuals that they are assisting when coping with a stressful situation.

The Sheriff’s Staff and Deputies would like to thank all the ladies that devote their time and talent to providing these quilts to our office. You can see the difference they make when you look into the eyes of a young person that receives one.


Sheriff and Deputies take oath of office

      

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 Sheriff John Montgomery is sworn in as the Sheriff for Baxter County by District Court Judge Jason Duffy. Judge Duffy also administered the oath of office to Sheriff’s Office Deputies and other public officials at the Baxter County court house.


Local Elks Lodge Makes Donation

The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Program is very grateful to the Mountain Home Elks Lodge #1714 for their generous donation of $900.00. This money will help support the programs offered in all three School Districts in Baxter County.

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Pictured above from left to right; Deputy Jeremy Melton, Cotter, Deputy Danielle Campfield, Mountain Home, Cathy Schweer, President,  Elks Lodge #1714, Deputy Billy Cox, Norfork and Lieutenant Ralph Bird, SRO supervisor.


Norfork's 1st Grade Students Back Blue!

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  Norfork School District’s first grade class visited the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office for a tour of the facility with Sheriff Montgomery.  The Students brought a Banner stating “Norfork 1st Graders Back Blue”, they also provided a cake for the officers. Everyone here at the Sheriff's Office wants to thank the students and staff at Norfork for their support!

 


 
 
 
 
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