Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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June 27, 2013

Wood, Botts leave BCSO

Two bailiffs also retire

GLASGOW —

After nearly a quarter of a century, someone familiar to visitors at the Barren County Sheriff’s Office won’t be behind the counter.

Linda Wood is retiring as office manager after 23 and a half years at the BCSO.

“She does it all,” Sheriff Chris Eaton said. “Linda’s not just going to be missed by us, she’s going to be missed by the citizens of Barren County.”

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