'Lawbreakers' to fund Miss. sheriff's firing range
Deosto County budget allows for new training facility, raises for officers
By Henry Bailey
The Commercial Appeal
HERNANDO, Miss. — At a wide-ranging meeting Monday, DeSoto supervisors heard early budget scenarios linking employee raises with millage shifts and departmental cuts, and approved crafting a lease deal for a sheriff's department firing range in Marshall County.
The board also agreed to hire DeSoto County's first public information officer.
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